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Receiving a cancer diagnosis or a suspected diagnosis of cancer is a shock to the patient and relatives alike. What is the next step? Decisions now have to be made, which can prove to be difficult and overwhelming for some because of a lack of the necessary knowhow. What’s more, each case is individual and can thus not be compared to others. Finding the right doctor, discussing the diagnosis and deciding on a certain form of treatment is a challenge and takes up a lot of time – time that is precious. The faster treatment is, the better the chance of recovery.
The good news is that the most modern treatments are offered in Austria, making the rate of cancer patients in Austria one of the highest in the world.
In addition, Austria is a leader in the research and development of new drugs and treatments, giving rise to more successful treatment options for tumours. At the same time, the unpleasant side effects are minimised and the quality of life improved. Individual tumour treatment has become state of the art, in which your oncologist will draw up a personal treatment plan tailored to your needs. Only the latest drugs, effective surgical treatment, gentle radiotherapy and interventional radiology are used, with your personal oncologist consistently checking the outcomes. He or she has an overview of everything that is happening, discusses your individual treatment plan with you, and stays in contact with everyone involved in your treatment.
To help you feel safe and taken care of, I will be available as your main contact person and companion throughout the entire treatment period.
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If you have questions about other types of cancer such as sarcomas (bone cancer), bladder cancer, skin cancer, liver cancer etc., you can send us your questions here about diagnosis and therapy. We will be glad to give you a detailed answer.
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Our Partners – your specialists.
Onkologist (a selection)
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Brodowicz
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Johannes Drach
Prim. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Alexander Gaiger
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Heinz Gisslinger
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Johannes Köstler
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Krainer,
Specialist in gene analysis
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gottfried J. Locker
Assoc. Prof. Priv.-Doz. Dr. Gerald Prager
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Markus Raderer
Assoc. Prof. Priv.-Doz. DDr. Philipp Staber
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Werner Scheithauer
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Günther Steger
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Herbert Ulrich-Pur, MBA
Prim. Dr. Ernst Ulsperger
Assoc. Prof. Priv. Doz. Dr. Ruth Exner,
Univ.- Prof. Dr. Florian Fitzal,
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Raimund Jakesz,
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Walter Klepetko,
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Rainer Kotz,
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Harald Rosen,
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Emeka Nkenke,
I will answer any of your organisational questions – from diagnosis to treatment.
These are the most frequently asked questions:
Why should I be treated in Austria?
Austria is one of four European countries with the highest cancer survival rate. This is because Austria is a global leader in cancer research, offering the best, most modern and effective treatments.
When should I come?
As quickly as possible. The earlier your treatment starts, the higher the success rate will be.
How do I find the best doctor for my specific case?
I will put you together with the best oncologist for your case – diagnostically, surgically and therapeutically.
Who coordinates the medical examinations necessary to draw up a treatment plan?
I do – so that you can give your oncologist all the information he or she needs. Should further medical examinations become necessary at short notice, I will also organise them for you. This saves time and money.
Which examinations can I bring with me to save costs abroad?
Bring any results you may have from diagnostic imaging, blood work, histology results. Bring any images from diagnostic imaging (ultrasound, X-ray, CT, MRI) with you.
How quickly will I get an appointment?
Because I work closely with the best oncologists in Austria and Germany, you won’t have to wait long.
Do I have to be on site for an examination, or can I merely have someone look at my results?
Of course, it is always better to be on site and to speak to your doctor directly, especially in order to eliminate any ambiguities. Yet it is also possible to make a “remote diagnosis” after all requested documents have been made available. You can also send us tissue samples for a histology.
How long does the examination take?
If we have all of your results, only an appointment with your doctor will be necessary. Should we need any more results, we can organise this within the shortest possible time.