Advanced options and hope for our loved ones.
Our treatment to combat breast cancer allows us to destroy tumor cells, without causing collateral damage to healthy tissues. Thus allowing the conservation of the breast thanks to technological advances.
Cryoablation at a more affordable cost, now available in Mexico.
*Consulta los hospitales y ciudades participantes.
At CRYO Group, we understand the importance of personalized treatment for each patient and are committed to providing advanced options and hope to those fighting breast cancer.
Our medical team is highly experienced, experienced with performing this procedure in the area and specializes in the treatment of breast cancer and is committed to offering the highest level of care and attention to each patient.
CryoCare CS is a completely integrated placement and treatment system designed to simplify cryoablation and allow unlimited flexibility.
Cryoablation is a minimally invasive breast cancer treatment that destroys tumors and other targeted tissues with extreme cold while preserving the healthy tissue around it.
Cryoablation freezes tissues at a very low temperature within a few minutes. Once the tumor cells have been destroyed, the immune system’s white blood cells work to remove the dead tissue.
It is a precise, fast and effective procedure for the treatment of localized cancer.
The results of cryoablation as a treatment for breast cancer are very encouraging. In several studies, the success rate of cryoablation has been shown to be similar to that of other treatments such as radiation therapy and surgery.
Yes, we work hand in hand with the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS); Pemex and; the Institute of Security and Social Services of State Workers (ISSSTE). Check the hospitals and cities that have treatment coverage.
We treat patients, not diseases, so prices will depend on the particular case of each patient. For an estimate we need to have the details of the case, through your medical studies. Our treatments are covered, at no additional expense, by all major medical insurance policies. We have agreements with the Issste, Issemyn, Pemex and the Military Hospital.
GNP Seguros, Mapfre, Seguros Atlas, Metlife, Axxa Seguros, Seguros Monterrey, Zurich Seguros, Inbursa Seguros, Novamedic, Allianz, Plan Seguro, Seguros Banorte, among other international companies.
Our corporate office is located in the State of Mexico, but our services can reach the main cities of the country.
We serve private and government hospitals in the main cities of the Mexican Republic. In the case of international patients we handle medical tourism which is channeled to the foreign doctor.
Ultrasound, Mammography and Biopsy
The specific type of cells affected determines the type of breast cancer.
Most breast cancers are carcinomas, which are tumors that arise from the epithelial cells that line organs and tissues found throughout the body. When carcinomas form in the breast, they are usually a more specific type called adenocarcinoma, which begins in the cells of the ducts (milk ducts) or lobules (milk-producing glands).
You can find out in your imaging study (computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging).
Breast cancer can metastasize to distant sites such as bone, lung, and liver.
You can know that in your Computed Axial Tomography (CAT).
Stage 0: Stage zero (0) describes disease that is limited to the ducts of the breast tissue and has not spread to the surrounding breast tissue. It is also called “non-invasive or in situ cancer” (Tis, N0, M0).
Stage IA: The tumor is small, invasive, and has not spread to the lymph nodes (T1, N0, M0).
Stage IB: The cancer has spread to the lymph nodes only and is larger than 0.2 mm but less than 2 mm. There is no evidence of tumor in the breast or the tumor in the breast measures 20 mm or less (T0 or T1, N1mi, M0).
Stage IIA: any of these conditions:
• There is no evidence of a tumor in the breast, but the cancer has spread to 1 to 3 axillary lymph nodes. It has not spread to distant parts of the body (T0, N1, M0).
• The tumor is 20 mm or smaller and has spread to 1 to 3 axillary lymph nodes (T1, N1, M0).
• The tumor measures more than 20 mm but less than 50 mm and has not spread to the axillary lymph nodes (T2, N0, M0).
Stage IIB: any of these conditions:
• The tumor measures more than 20 mm but less than 50 mm and has spread to 1 to 3 axillary lymph nodes (T2, N1, M0).
• The tumor measures more than 50 mm but has not spread to the axillary lymph nodes (T3, N0, M0).
Stage IIIA: The tumor of any size has spread to 4 to 9 axillary lymph nodes or to the internal mammary lymph nodes. It has not spread to other parts of the body (T0, T1, T2 or T3; N2; M0). Stage IIIA can also be a tumor larger than 50 mm that has spread to 1 to 3 axillary lymph nodes (T3, N1, M0).
Stage IIIB: The tumor has spread to the chest wall or caused swelling or ulceration of the breast or is diagnosed as inflammatory breast cancer. It may or may not have spread to up to 9 internal mammary or axillary lymph nodes. It has not spread to other parts of the body (T4; N0, N1 or N2; M0).
Stage IIIC: Tumor of any size that has spread to 10 or more axillary lymph nodes, the internal mammary lymph nodes, or the lymph nodes below the collarbone. It has not spread to other parts of the body (any T, N3, M0).
Stage IV (metastatic): The tumor can be any size and has spread to other organs, such as bones, lungs, brain, liver, distant lymph nodes, or chest wall (any T, any N, M1). Metastatic cancer is seen at the time of first cancer diagnosis in about 6% of cases. This is called de novo metastatic breast cancer. Most often, metastatic breast cancer is found after a previous diagnosis of early-stage breast cancer.
Computed axial tomography.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Yes, any national and international medical insurance covers our services.