For Mexican and foreign patients:
Our treatment to combat prostate cancer consists of freezing the tumor while preserving nearby vital structures. This treatment avoids side effects such as urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, among others.
*Consult the participating hospitals and cities.
At Cryo Group, we understand the importance of each patient and are committed to providing advanced options and hope to those fighting prostate cancer with personalized treatment.
We have USA certified local doctors who are experts in this effective treatment. They have experience performing this procedure in the area and are dedicated in specialized treatment of prostate cancer and committed to offering the highest level of attention and care to each patient.
CryoCare CS is a fully integrated, placement and treatment system designed to simplify cryoablation and allow unlimited flexibility.
Cryoablation is the treatment that consists of producing temperatures low enough to cause necrosis in the tumor, while avoiding lethal conditions in healthy peripheral tissue.
It works by two main mechanisms: (1) at the cellular level, through intracellular ice formation, and (2) at the vascular level, resulting in thrombosis and coagulative and ischemic necrosis thereby destroying the tumor.
It is specifically recommended for patients with prostate cancer since the percentage of patients without progression of the disease after treatment is high. In addition, cryoablation treatment reduces the most frequent side effects: urinary incontinence (15 to 28%) and erectile dysfunction (20.1%).
Cryoablation is certainly a promising technique and a feasible alternative in cases of unresectable tumors in the prostate.
The prostate cancer survival rate is of 5 years.
Yes, we work hand in hand with the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS); Pemex and; the Institute of Security and Social Services for State Workers (ISSSTE). Consult the hospitals and cities that have coverage with the treatment.
We treat patients not diseases, so prices will depend on the particular case of each patient. For a budget we need to have the details of the case, through its medical studies. Our treatments are covered, without additional cost, by all Private Health Insurance companies.
Any major international and national Private Health Insurance companies.
Our corporate is located in the State of Mexico, but our services to treat prostate cryoablation with an Internationally Certified doctor are in Monterrey. With national doctors (Mexico) you can be treated in the main cities of the country.
Almost all prostate cancers are adenocarcinomas. These cancers develop from glandular cells (the cells that make the prostatic fluid that is added to semen).
There are other types of prostate cancer that are not as common as:
small cell carcinomas
Neuroendocrine tumors (other than small cell carcinomas)
transitional cell carcinomas
You can know it in your imaging study (computed tomography or magnetic resonance). Pancreatic cancer can metastasize to distant sites such as the seminal vesicles, lymph nodes, bone, or other organs.
You can know that in your Multiparameter Magnetic Resonance Computed Axial Tomography (CT).
These are the stages of prostate cancer:
Stage 1: The tumor is in one half or less of one side (right or left) of the prostate
PSA (prostate specific antigen) level less than 10.
Stage 2: The tumor can be felt during a digital rectal exam or seen with an imaging test, such as a transrectal ultrasound. Also, the tumor is found on one half or less of only one side (right or left) of the prostate.
The cancer has not yet spread outside the prostate.
The PSA level is at least 10, but less than 20.
Stage 3: Cancer has spread outside the prostate and may have spread to the seminal vesicles, or has spread to other tissues near the prostate such as the urethral sphincter (the muscle that helps control urination), the rectum , bladder and/or to the wall of the pelvis. The PSA can be of any value.
Stage 4: The cancer has spread to other parts of the body, such as distant lymph nodes, bones, or other organs. The PSA can be of any value.
-Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA).
-Multiparametric magnetic resonance.
-Image fusion prostate biopsy.
Yes, any national and international Private Health Insurance covers our services.
Urologists: surgeons who treat diseases of the urinary system and the male reproductive system (including the prostate)
Radiation oncologists: doctors who treat cancer with radiation therapy
Clinical Oncologists: Doctors who treat cancer with drugs, such as chemotherapy or hormone therapy