Our work revolves around three key pillars for patients and for us: facilitating your recovery and supporting you with both outstanding professionals and the latest advances in technology.
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The 9 radiotherapy units that make up our Oncology Network in Spain, Switzerland, Portugal and Mexico offer cancer patients a comprehensive response, with the best specialists and the most advanced diagnostic and treatment resources available to offer personalised care that is tailored to each patient.
Through a network healthcare model, our team of pathologists and oncologists share protocols and jointly discuss each case in international tumour committees that take place every week.
At Atrys we have strengthened our ties with the Hospital Sant Joan de Déu (HSJD), through a collaboration agreement at the SJD Pediatric Cancer Center Barcelona (PCCB) whereby Atrys introduces and manages the Nuclear Medicine Service at this centre through our subsidiary Atrys SIMM, dedicated to medical diagnosis through molecular and metabolic imaging of Nuclear Medicine.
Our oncology centres have the most advanced technological equipment to provide advanced radiotherapy treatments, such as image guided or hypofractionated radiotherapy.
Our professionals offer added value services to oncology patients. Second opinion oncology consultations are aimed at people suffering from any type of cancer who want to get a second opinion from an expert board and discuss treatment options. Furthermore, Genetic Counselling is an innovative area that we offer to people who suffer or have suffered from cancer or have several cases of cancer in the same family.
Image Guided Single Dose Radiation Therapy (IGRT) is a state-of-the-art treatment, based on advanced imaging technologies, which allows high doses of radiation to be delivered very precisely. The therapy drastically reduces the impact on healthy tissues and can be delivered in a single session. Implementing this technique, subject to consultation with our team of specialists, allows for the tumour to be removed at an early stage and provides new therapy options for patients who cannot undergo surgery or do not have other effective treatments available to them.
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