CyberKnife - New Hope

Cyberknife robot

Surgery Free Tumor Removal

The CyberKnife System stands as a groundbreaking treatment option, revolutionizing the field of cancer care. With its non-invasive nature, it offers a ray of hope for patients battling cancerous and non-cancerous tumors, as well as other conditions requiring radiation therapy. This cutting-edge technology can precisely target tumors in various regions of the body, including the prostate, lung, brain, spine, head and neck, liver, pancreas, and kidney. By providing an alternative to traditional surgery, it becomes a beacon of possibility for those with inoperable or surgically complex tumors. Backed by over two decades of clinical evidence, the CyberKnife System has transformed the lives of countless cancer patients, offering them renewed hope and a chance at a brighter future. 

Precision Radiation

Kill precisely the bad cells and not the good cells.

Radiation therapy is a treatment option for many types of tumors throughout the body. Precise and accurate delivery of radiation to the tumor is key to killing cancerous cells while minimizing dose to healthy tissues. Accurate and precise delivery helps minimize irradiation of the healthy tissues surrounding tumors and potentially the risk of side effects, which may lead to better quality of life for the patient both during and after treatment.

Cost of CyberKnife

The cost of CyberKnife is the lowest in the world but delivers the same global quality. The average cost comparison is:

  1. India - USD 4500
  2. Thailand - USD 8000
  3. Singapore - USD 25000
  4. Turkey - USD 7500
  5. UK - USD 40000
  6. USA - USD 50000 

Please note this is an estimate idea. The net cost varies on the type of treatment and the number of sessions required. For India, Shohoj Medical Service can manage special discounts in selected cases.

Treatment duration

The treatment duration varies based on the number of sessions required. No hospital admission is generally required and 3 - 5 session is required. Generally 12 days of stay in India is required but then again the total duration varies based on the treatment plan. We can assist from Bangladesh to have prior treatment plan assessment before starting treatment in India. Contact us for more.

How safe is Cyberknife?

Yes, CyberKnife treatment is considered safe as it is precise in tumor targeting. Its precision helps minimize damage to nearby tissues, thereby enhancing patient safety.

Success rate of Cyberknife?

CyberKnife has been shown to have excellent success rates across various conditions. For more information on CyberKnife treatment outcomes, one may consult a specialist by Shohoj Medcial Service.

Side effect of Cyberknife?

The side effects associated with CyberKnife are usually minimal, thanks to its precision. The side effects may vary depending on the individual case and patient circumstances; therefore, one must have a detailed discussion with the specialist.

Can Cyberknife be used for recurring tumors?

Yes it can be but depends on the scenario. Detailed consultation is needed to find out more before doing the treatment.

Cyberknife by Artemis Hospitals in India

In a remarkable stride towards cutting-edge medical innovation, Artemis Hospitals, Gurugram proudly introduces North India's inaugural M6 CyberKnife facility. This state-of-the-art technology is poised to reshape the landscape of medical treatments, specifically in the realms of brain and full-body stereotactic radiosurgery, stereotactic radiotherapy, and stereotactic body radiotherapy.

Artemis Hospital in Gurgaon, India, now extends its exceptional Cyberknife treatment to patients from Bangladesh, ensuring easy accessibility. Shohoj Medical Service takes immense pride in its esteemed collaboration with Artemis Hospital, delivering a superior standard of care and treatment for your utmost convenience. Contact us now. 

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