Medical experts for Oncology / Hematology
- Oncology / Hematology Heidelberg Prof. Dr. med. Anthony Dick Ho Book appointment online
- Oncology / Hematology Ulm Prof. Dr. med. Hartmut Döhner Book appointment online
- Oncology / Hematology Karlsruhe Prof. Dr. med. Martin Bentz
- Oncology / Hematology Essen Prof. Dr. med. Hansjochen Wilke Book appointment online
- Oncology / Hematology Cologne Prof. Dr. med. Michael Hallek Michael Hallek Book appointment online
- Oncology / Hematology Heilbronn Prof. Dr. med. Uwe Martens Book appointment online
More information about oncology / haematology
In a search for specialists in oncology and haematology, you will find medical experts for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer diseases. You have cancer and are seeking an experienced oncology or haematology expert or you wish to consult a specialist in cancer therapy for a second medical opinion? We will help you find an oncological specialist or a haematology specialist.
Specialist in oncology and haematology
Oncology is concerned with the development and treatment of cancer. The oncologist is a cancer specialist and specializes in diagnosing and treating cancer. The earlier cancer is detected the better the chances of cure in most cases. Cancers are classified according to the degenerate body cells in solid tumours and malignant systemic diseases. Solid tumours are solid, mostly locally limited tumours that are differentiated into carcinoma or sarcoma. Malignant systemic diseases are known as blood cancer and lymphoma. The most common cancers include breast cancer, lung cancer, stomach cancer, colon cancer, mouth and throat cancer, oesophageal cancer, malignant melanoma skin cancer, prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and blood cancer (leukaemia).
The focus of cancer treatment is the complete destruction and removal of malignant tumours or cells (curative therapy). If this is not possible, oncologists and haematologists attempt to shrink and contain the cancer as much as possible in order to improve and extend the life of cancer patients (palliative therapy). Qualified oncologists now make use of standardised therapeutic regimens for different types of tumours which are individually adapted to the situation of each cancer patient. Oncologists use state-of-the-art procedures in cancer therapy. These include irradiation, chemotherapy, various methods of hyperthermia and immune therapy and surgical removal of the tumour.
Therapeutic range of services of oncology/haematology
The therapeutic range of services of oncology/haematology comprises, for the most part, the treatment of blood cancer (acute and chronic leukaemia such as ALL, AML, CML, CLL), the treatment of lymph gland cancer (such lymphoma as Hodgkin’s, non-Hodgkin’s, multiple myeloma), the diagnosis and treatment of blood and tumour disease, blood count studies, coagulation diagnostics, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, immune therapy, radiation therapy, infusion therapy, transfusion therapy, molecular biological therapy, stem cell transplant (allogeneic, autologous), bone marrow transplantation, mammography, magnetic resonance tomography (MRT), biopsy and pain therapy.