treatment pancreatic cancer

Learn about the most successful treatment to combat pancreatic cancer.

Advanced options and hope for our loved ones.

Our treatment to combat pancreatic cancer allows us to destroy tumor cells, without causing collateral damage to healthy tissues. This thanks to technological advances in treatments to combat pancreatic cancer.

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*Consulta los hospitales y ciudades participantes.

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Together against Pancreatic Cancer.

At Grupo CRYO, we understand the importance of personalized treatment for each patient and are committed to providing advanced options and hope to those battling pancreatic cancer.

Our highly experienced medical team, with experience performing this procedure in the area and dedicated to specializing in the treatment of pancreatic cancer, is committed to offering the highest level of care and attention to each patient.


Irreversible Electroporation.

Successful alternative for patients with treatments pancreatic cancer.

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Currently, the only globally marketed irreversible electroporation system is called NanoKnife®.

Irreversible Electroporation is a worldwide proven procedure, which is already available in Mexico, and represents a potentially ideal solution for the ablative treatment of pancreatic cancer, since there is no thermal damage to the tissue, thus avoiding blood vessel or ducts injury.

It is a surgical technique that kills cancer by using electric fields to create pores in tumor cells. Kills tumor cells without causing collateral damage to adjacent tissue.

This type of cancer is still a very lethal disease. 8% of patients who undergo surgery have a 5-year survival.

Benefits of Irreversible Electroporation for the Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer

Irreversible Electroporation is certainly a promising technique and a feasible alternative in cases of unresectable tumors in the pancreas.


Treatments Pancreatic Cancer Results

Irreversible Electroporation (IRE) has given impressive results, such as substantially prolonged survival of patients with locally advanced pancreatic cancer, compared to other treatments. In a sample of 691 patients, which yielded the following results:

The cumulative mortality rate after IRE was 3.4%

Most studies have shown that IRE is promising in terms of overall survival.

Post-procedure complications from 9% to 20%

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Frequently Asked Questions about Treatment:

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 major medical insurance. We have agreements with ISSSTE, Issemyn, Pemex and the Military Hospital.

GNP Seguros, Mapfre, Seguros Atlas, Metlife, Axa Seguros, Seguros Monterrey, Zurich Seguros, Inbursa Seguros, Novamedic, Allianz, Plan Seguro, Seguros Banorte, among other international insurance companies.

Our corporate is located in the State of Mexico, but our services can reach the main cities of the country.

We work in the main cities of Mexico, private and government hospitals. In case of international patients, we handle medical tourism which is channeled with the foreign doctor.

The patient must present studies such as: Magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, tomography, PET, biopsy, tumor markers, clinical analysis in general, etc.

By the time you are told you have pancreatic cancer, you should be aware of the following points:

There are two main types of pancreatic cancer: pancreatic adenocarcinoma and acinar cell carcinoma.

Pancreatic adenocarcinoma usually develops in the head of the pancreas and can cause symptoms such as abdominal pain, jaundice, and weight loss.

Acinar cell carcinoma tends to be less aggressive than adenocarcinoma and can produce hormones that lead to symptoms such as hypoglycemia and diarrhea.

This type of pancreatic cancer can be seen in your biopsy results.

You can know this with your imaging study (computed tomography or magnetic resonance).

Pancreatic cancer can metastasize to distant sites such as the liver, peritoneum (the lining of the abdominal cavity), lungs, or bone.

The stages of Pancreatic Cancer are:

Stage 0: The tumor is confined to the upper cell layers of the pancreatic duct and has not invaded deeper tissues. It has not spread outside the pancreas.

Stage 1A: The cancer is confined to the pancreas and is no larger than 2 cm. It has not spread to nearby lymph nodes or to distant sites.

Stage 1B: The cancer is confined to the pancreas and is larger than 2 cm but not more than 4 cm across.

Stage 2: The cancer is confined to the pancreas and is larger than 4 cm across. The cancer is growing outside of the pancreas and into nearby major blood vessels.

Stage 3: The cancer is confined to the pancreas and is larger than 4 cm. AND it has spread to 4 or more nearby lymph nodes

Stage 4: The cancer has spread to distant sites such as the liver, peritoneum, lungs, or bone. The cancer can be any size and may or may not have spread to nearby lymph nodes.

Computed axial tomography.

Biopsy report.

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Yes, any national and international medical insurance covers our services.


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