Malaysian Guang Ming Daily published an anticancer experience of the Philippines lung cancer sufferer Angelo on May 24, 2017. Angelo once underwent microwave ablation, interventional therapy and cryotherapy in St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, after minimally invasive therapy tumor in his neck and lungs almost disappeared. His condition returned to normal.
It was reported that Angelo touched a small bump in his neck by accident in 2015. It turned out to be a malignant tumor after he did biopsy in local hospital. Then, Angelo got to know that one of the former colleagues of his sister had suffered from liver cancer and after minimally invasive therapy in St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, he was completely recovered. Therefore, Angelo decided to seek treatments in Guangzhou, too.
In St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, Angelo was finally diagnosed as lung cancer, while tumor in his neck was just metastasizing focus; his primary cancer was located in his right lung and has developed into stage 3B. For his condition, Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) in St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou formulated a comprehensive minimally invasive treatment plan based on microwave ablation and supplemented by interventional therapy and cryotherapy.
After several sessions of treatments, tumor in his neck and lung largely disappeared and he felt no any uncomfortable. He is back to normal.