Rectum

Colorectal cancer represents the second most malignant tumour in women after breast cancer and in men the third after lung and prostate cancer.
In patients with a low-right metastatic tumour who are not eligible for palliative surgery, electrochemotherapy controls the disease locally, relieves symptoms, stops bleeding and improves patients' quality of life.

In addition, electrochemotherapy can be used in cases of residual disease following treatment of the primary tumour with neoadjuvant chemotherapy or surgery.

We would advise you to consult your doctor to find out if electrochemotherapy can help you.

The technologies that can be used to treat tumors and metastases in the rectum are the Cliniporator® Cliniporator® VITAE.

Please write to oncology@igeamedical.com to find out which hospital is closest to you.

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