Chemotherapy clinics in Italy

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One of the best Italy clinics for Chemotherapy is presented in the catalogue below.

Operation is used in Pediatric neurosurgery.

The rating is based on the choice of patients who underwent the procedure in Italy, and an expert assessment by Bookimed Medical Coordinators.

Prices for Chemotherapy in leading clinics in Italy are displayed in the catalogue. Get your specific cost of the procedure from Medical Coordinator.

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Ospedale San Raffaele

Oncologists treat cancer patients using chemotherapy in the Oncological Department of Ospedale San Raffaele.

Depending on a patient’s condition chemotherapy may be used as a preventive measure or to prepare a patient for tumor removal surgery.

San Raffaele can house up to 210 cancer ...

Luca Gianni
Luca Gianni

Medical Oncologist

Experience : 29 years
The patient was treated of herniated disk

The patient was treated of scleroderma

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I liked it all very much. A modern building, there is a parking near, a beautiful form of the staff. They are courteous and considerate. Knowing Latvian, it is not so easy for me to describe some of the nuances (I do not talk much with anyone about these topics), but meeting me, they spoke with me in my native language. I gave an assessment of "good", but still had to evaluate "excellent." Perhaps, because the prices for a pensioner are too high.

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