Best Bladder Cancer Treatment Hospitals in Thailand
Choose from 3 best Bladder Cancer Treatment hospitals in Thailand
Top Hospitals For Bladder Cancer Treatment
About Bladder Cancer Treatment
Urinary bladder is a muscular pear shaped organ that helps store urine inside your body. This organ is as susceptible to cancer as any other organ of the body. Urinary bladder cancer if detected early can be treated and in few surgical cases doctors also remove the bladder along with other adjoining organs because sometimes there is a chance for the cancer to spread to ureters and kidneys, if it is of malignant nature. Modern techniques and recent advances in medical sciences have been successful at treating several types of cancer and patients have been living healthy life after the treatment.Read More about Bladder Cancer Treatment →
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- urological cancer
- ureter cancer
- bladder surgery
Bumrungrad International Hospital, the forerunner healthcare service provider in Thailand, are highly renowned for their hospitality and excellent clinical care in the whole Asia Pacific. The distinguished multispecialty hospital was founded in 1980 and has been listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand since 1989. It is one of the biggest privately owned hospitals in Southeast Asia.
The 580 bedded hospital is an international standard medical facility equipped with cutting-edge technology and world-class infrastructure. The outstanding team of doctors at Bumrungrad are committed in their goal to deliver expert medical care across all 70 sub-specialties.
The globally recognized specialists ensures that all patients receive the best of medical treatments and standard clinical care. Bumrungrad Hospital is an internationally accredited and highly awarded hospital which treats over 1.1 million patients every year with 520,000 being the international patients coming from over 190 different countries. The hospital has remarkable medical facilities with well-established outpatient, inpatient, and emergency as well as critical care service.