We at Malla Reddy Cancer Hospital & Research Institute offer comprehensive Cancer care in diagnosing and treating patients of all groups (adults and children). suffering from solid tumours & haematological malignancies with 100+ bed facility.
We have the best minds in cancer with Multidisciplinary Super speciality clinicians to discuss & deliver the emerging trend to treat all types of cancers under one roof.
Medical Oncology department provides treatment for Cancer through Chemotherapy. Targeted Therapy & Hormonal Therapy. Surgical Oncology department performs a full range of Cancer surgeries & reconstructive procedures with high precision & efficiency.
Radiation Oncology department provides state-of-the-art radiation treatment including external beam & Brachytherapy-HDR along with PET CT based Radiation planning.
Nuclear Medicine department offers an extensive range of clinical facilities in Radio Nuclear Imaging.
We at Malla Reddy Cancer Hospital & Research Institute provide holistic care comprising of Medical, Surgical, Radiation Oncology & Oncoimaging with integrated support from all other Broad & Superspeciality Departments.
Our Expertise Cancer Team, provide numerous benefits in preventing and diagnosing cancer, planning treatment and evaluating the decision. Our research team frequently modifies the treatments based on the information discussed with other cancer specialists at tumour boards.
Elekta Infinity is truly multifunctional. High precise linear accelerator to provide quality treatment with advanced technology.
Brachytherapy-HDR is a procedure that involves placing radioactive material inside your body to treat cancer. It allows your doctor to use a higher total dose of radiation to treat a smaller area in a shorter period than conventional external beam radiation therapy (EBRT).
Positron emission tomography-computed tomography is a nuclear medicine technique which combines, in a single gantry, a positron emission tomography scanner and an computed tomography scanner, to acquire sequential images from both devices in the same session, which are combined into a single superimposed image useful for molecular imaging of cancer and various other conditions.