From diagnosis to treatment, patients have to undergo a series of medical imaging and interventional services to allow doctors to carefully tailor the most suitable treatment plan. Conventional screening methods include non-invasive medical imaging, blood tests, endoscopy, etc. Doctors may also recommend patients take genetic tests to determine whether they are suitable for immunotherapy or targeted therapy.
For high-risk individuals who do not show any signs of cancer but have a family history of cancer, the following screening methods can be considered as a means to ruling out or predicting the risk of developing cancer. The centre provides a broad range of cancer screenings and advanced medical imaging services. We aim to ensure that every patient is able to successfully prevent and control this disease and receive prompt treatment from early detection.
The following are common cancer screening methods: