The Moscow International Oncology Centre (IMOC) receives patients from any region of Russia. There, country residents can undergo free diagnostics and treatment under the compulsory medical insurance policy at the level of the world’s leading cancer centres, NewsNN reported.
The center is equipped with 8 modern linear accelerators and is the largest in the Russian Federation. It has the latest generation of diagnostic equipment and its own histological laboratory for conducting a full range of studies in oncology. It is specified that the newest methods of drug therapy, ultra-precise 3D and 4D radiation therapy and radiosurgery, and surgical treatment of oncological diseases are also available to patients.
The cancer centre deals with the treatment of many types of malignant neoplasms, including breast, lung, prostate, cervical, ovarian, stomach, pancreatic, and colon cancers, as well as melanoma. It is noted that now, the newest methods of treating oncological diseases have become more accessible for residents not only of the capital but also of other cities of Russia. They can contact the centre employees not only personally in Moscow, but also remotely on the centre’s official website.