Cancer Treatment


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Various types of cancer treatment have been found and used for cancer patients. The type of treatment that doctors will apply depends on several things, such as the type of cancer, stage of cancer, location of cancer, general health condition of the patient, and patient demand. The doctor will give consideration regarding the advantages and risks of each treatment. The main goals of cancer treatment are as follows: • Healing patients. Healing is the main goal of various cancer treatments. Achieving this goal or not depends on many factors, such as the type and extent of cancer malignancy and the general condition of the patient. • Primary treatment. The goal of primary treatment is to remove or kill the cancerous tissue that is in the body as a whole without any cells left behind. Various types of treatment can be used so that cancer cells can be removed from patients, but what is commonly used is surgery. If the patient's type of cancer has sensitivity to radiotherapy or chemotherapy, both types of treatment can be used as primary treatment. • Adjuvant / supplementary treatment. The goal of adjuvant treatment is to eliminate the remnants of cancer cells that are still in the patient's body after primary treatment. Adjuvant treatment can also be done to prevent cancer from reappearing in patients. Adjuvant treatment commonly used is chemotherapy treatment, radiotherapy and hormone therapy. • Palliative treatment. The aim of palliative medicine is to relieve the symptoms and side effects of primary treatment and adjuvants, not to cure. There are various methods of cancer treatment, which are chosen based on the type and level of cancer malignancy suffered by the patient. The methods commonly used are as follows: • Surgery. The purpose of surgery is to eliminate cancer tissue that is in the body to the maximum extent possible. • Chemotherapy. Is a cancer treatment using chemical compounds in the form of drugs. • Radiotherapy. Is a cancer treatment using high-energy rays to kill cancer cells. Radiotherapy can use rays of radiation from outside the body (external sinner radiation) or planted in the patient's body (brachytherapy). • Stem cell transplantation. Stem cell transplants are also called bone marrow grafts that play a role in producing blood cells. Transplanted stem cells can come from patients or from stem cell donors. Besides being done to replace bone marrow that has abnormalities or malignancies, stem cell transplantation can also be done to provide opportunities for doctors to use higher doses of chemotherapy in other types of cancer. • Immunotherapy. Immunotherapy is also known as biological therapy which aims to help the immune system recognize cancer cells and then kill them. Cancer cells if not fought by the immune system can spread uncontrollably and endanger the patient. • Hormone therapy. Some types of cancer can appear by triggering hormones such as breast and prostate cancer. Lowering or eliminating levels of this hormone in the body can stop the growth of cancerous tissue. • Targeted drug therapy. Administration of drugs that can kill abnormal cells without attacking healthy cells. Both cancer and cancer treatment can weaken a person's immune system. Cancer can weaken the immune system if cancer cells spread to the bone marrow where white blood cells are produced. Generally cancer types of leukemia and lymphoma can weaken the immune system but some other types of cancer can also help weaken the immune system. Like the treatment of other diseases, cancer treatment has side effects on the body. One side effect is to reduce the number of blood cells in the body and slow down blood production. At the beginning of treatment, the number of white blood cells will decrease. Under normal conditions, white blood cells that experience death will be replaced with new white blood cells for a week or two. However, cancer treatment that is being carried out can slow down the regeneration process of white blood cells. This condition can weaken the patient's immune system so that patients are more susceptible to secondary infections due to weakened immune system.