The brave little warrior Ms Aurelia proved to be a true inspiration as she won over cancer with courage and determination. She, along with her parents came to Apollo Proton Cancer Centre from Kenya in search of a hospital that could help her beat cancer. Her parents got in touch with the doctors at APCC who assisted them in understanding the various treatment options the hospital offers.
Given how the treatment in an unfamiliar country can be worrying, at Apollo Proton Cancer Centre, we have a dedicated team of trained professionals who take care of our international patients at every step. "Every time I leave the consultation with them, I am mesmerized. I am relaxed and feel more confident that I did choose the right hospital for my treatment." says Mr. Evangelo Kaklamanis from Zimbabwe.
"Difficult roads lead to beautiful destinations." Watch Mr Jayant Kumar Dubey as he shares his son's journey during proton therapy at Apollo Proton Cancer Centre. He thanks Dr. Jalali and the entire team at APCC for assisting them in transport needs during this lockdown period. The joy in the kid’s parent's eyes is truly unmissable!
Ms.Pooja from Delhi speaks to us about her family member who was diagnosed with head & neck cancer in February, this was when COVID - 19 was picking up in India. She describes how Dr. Sapna Nangia (Senior Consultant - Radiation Oncology) gave her hope by explaining about Proton Therapy at Apollo Proton Cancer Centre.
On the occasion of World Cancer Day, Apollo Cancer Centres across India stood united to pay tribute to those who defeated cancer and to everyone who made it possible. We had several cancer survivors, doctors, nurses, and caretakers imprint their palms on a wall expressing their solidarity and gratitude towards each other.
Early detection reduces the risk of death from breast cancer by 90%. Regular breast self-examination can be an important way to find breast cancer early, especially when it is more required to be treated successfully. This #InternationalWomensDay, we urge all the women out there to prioritise their health by taking a breast examination.