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Published: 07.06.2020

Many people want to go to work despite cancer, says Jorma Sormunen, new Oncologist at Docrates Cancer Center

In addition to oncology, Jorma Sormunen has years of experience in occupational healthcare. He has personally witnessed how important work...

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Published: 07.06.2020

Why have our patients chosen Docrates Cancer Center?

There are as many reasons to choose a private cancer hospital as there are people. We compiled the reasons most...

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Published: 07.06.2020

Cancer and Coronavirus – FAQ

The coronavirus is a concern among cancer patients. We listed the most common concerns and the answers to them.

Categories: Articles
Published: 07.06.2020

Your safety is the most important to us

Many cancer patients have several concerns when it comes to the coronavirus epidemic, e.g. how does the situation impact my...

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Published: 02.03.2020

News about patient safety and coronavirus disease precautions

In order to protect the health and safety of our patients and offer the best possible care also during a...

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Published: 08.01.2020

35 years of treating cancers affecting women: Johanna Mäenpää opens her practice at Docrates Cancer Center

Joining the Docrates team, Johanna Mäenpää brings strong expertise in the treatment of gynaecological cancers. Appointments with Mäenpää are available...

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Published: 03.01.2020

Does prostate cancer radiotherapy cause bladder or colorectal cancer?

It can occur that, when radiotherapy is administered to the prostate, a risk for secondary cancer emerges. The topic has...

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Published: 03.01.2020

Docrates Cancer Center started radiotherapy treatments with the new TrueBeam linear accelerator

Docrates Cancer Center started radiotherapy treatments with the TrueBeam linear accelerator. The new accelerator represents the state of the art...

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Published: 03.01.2020

New at Docrates and in Finland: Radiotherapy tattoos – a thing of the past

The tattoos that have been used for aligning radiotherapy became a thing of the past in November when a new...

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Published: 28.02.2019

Groundbreaking and less invasive techniques of diagnosing prostate cancer at Docrates Cancer Center

The treatment of prostate cancer has developed significantly in the past decade. These advanced modes of treatment are play a...

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Published: 31.01.2019

Finnish AI software improves cancer patient care

Helsinki-based MVision developed AI software focusing on radiation treatment planning. Clinical use of the software was deployed in two Finnish...

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Published: 08.11.2018

New, experimental, radioactive lutetium treatment may significantly aid the treatment of advanced prostate cancer

Treating advanced prostate cancer is a challenge as the treatments often have side effects and the cancer tends to recur...

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Published: 01.11.2018

New study: Local radiotherapy improves the treatment results of metastatic prostate cancer

According to the new research, local radiotherapy to the prostate improves survival in men with metastatic prostate cancer who have...

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Published: 07.08.2018

Long-term follow-up results of interstitial HDR brachytherapy in prostate cancer treatment seem very promising

The long-term follow-up results of interstitial HDR brachytherapy in prostate cancer treatment seem very promising. The results were presented at...

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Published: 07.08.2018

Effective treatment of advanced prostate cancer requires multidisciplinary experience and various treatment methods

More than 1 million men are diagnosed with prostate cancer worldwide each year. If the prostate cancer has not yet...

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Published: 04.05.2018

An article on Docrates Cancer Center

“Treating cancer, treating person”, an article on Docrates Cancer Center.

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Published: 09.01.2018

New evidence supports more active treatment approach for metastatic prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer globally. The risk of developing the disease increases with age. In...

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Published: 01.01.1970

Groundbreaking and less invasive techniques of diagnosing prostate cancer at Docrates Cancer Center

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Published: 01.01.1970

35 years of treating cancers affecting women: Johanna Mäenpää opens her practice at Docrates Cancer Center

Joining the Docrates team, Johanna Mäenpää brings strong expertise in the treatment of gynaecological cancers. Appointments with Mäenpää are available...

Categories: News

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Published: 07.06.2020

Why have our patients chosen Docrates Cancer Center?

There are as many reasons to choose a private cancer hospital as there are people. We compiled the reasons most...

Read more
Published: 07.06.2020

Cancer and Coronavirus – FAQ

The coronavirus is a concern among cancer patients. We listed the most common concerns and the answers to them.

Read more
Published: 07.06.2020

Your safety is the most important to us

Many cancer patients have several concerns when it comes to the coronavirus epidemic, e.g. how does the situation impact my...

Read more
Published: 07.06.2020

Many people want to go to work despite cancer, says Jorma Sormunen, new Oncologist at Docrates Cancer Center

In addition to oncology, Jorma Sormunen has years of experience in occupational healthcare. He has personally witnessed how important work...

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