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Our experience in the Caribbean indicate three common types of cancer, namely, breast, cervix and prostate as being prevalent.

In addition to treatment for these cancers in Jamaica, the Centre provides treatment for a  wide range of cancer and non-cancerous conditions including:

 
Brain-Nervous System
- Eye/Orbit
- Brain
- Nervous System Unspecified
- Spinal Cord
- Thyroid, Some Cases
- Craniopharyngiomas


Head and Neck
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Lip, unspecified
- Tongue/Base of Tongue
- Dorsum Tongue
- Salivary Gland unspecified
- Parotid Gland
- Buccal Mucosa
- Palate
- Oropharynx
- Tonsil
- Nasopharynx
- Hypopharynx
- Pyriform Sinus

Respiratory
-
Malig Neo Access Sinus Nos
- Larynx
- Supraglottis, A-E Fold
- Trachea, Bronchi, Lung
- Mediastinum

Gastrointestinal- Abdomen
- Oesophagus
- Stomach
- Sigmoid Colon
- Anal Canal
- Gall-Bladder
- Pancreas
- Rectum

Genitourinary
- Prostate, All Cases
- Penis
- Bladder

 

Benign Miscellaneous
- Graves Exophthalmos
- Keloid Scar
- Lymphangioma, Any Site
- Pituitary Tumor, All Cases
- Orbital Pseudotumour
- Salivary Gland
- Postop Dystrophic Calc


Malignant Lymphoma
- Histiocytic, Diffuse
- Lymphoblastic/Lymphocytic, Diff.
- Burkitt's Lymphoma
- Other Lymphomas
- Nodular Lymphoma
- Multiple Myeloma

Hodgkin's Disease
- Lymphocytic-Predominace
- Nodular Sclerosis
- Mixed Cellularity
- Lymphocytic Depletion

Secondary Malig Neo or Lymp
- Lung
- Mediastinum
- Pleura
- Liver

Secondary Malig Neo
Other Sites
- Kidney
- Other Urinary Organs
- Skin
- Brain/Spinal Cord



Gynaecology
- Cervix
- Uterus
- Ovary
- Soft Tissue (Sarcoma)
- Melanoma
- Female Breast
- Male Breast
- Skin, Localised Site

 

Contact Us

Suite #3, 1 Ripon Road
Kingston 5, Jamaica
Tel: (876) 920-1823, (876) 920-8404, (876) 960-0975
Fax: (876) 960-1359
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Did you know?

What are the symptoms of prostate cancer? - Early prostate cancer often has no symptoms, so regular exams by your physician are recommended.