Treatments A-Z

At Essex Cancer Research, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive information on a wide range of cancer treatments through our Treatments A-Z resource. Whether you’re newly diagnosed, undergoing treatment, or supporting a loved one through their cancer journey, our goal is to empower you with knowledge and understanding about different treatment options.

From traditional treatments like surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy to innovative therapies such as immunotherapy, targeted therapy, and precision medicine, our A-Z guide covers the full spectrum of cancer treatments. Each treatment is explained in detail, including its purpose, procedure, potential side effects, and efficacy in treating specific types of cancer.

Our Treatments A-Z resource serves as a valuable tool to help you make informed decisions about your treatment plan, understand what to expect during treatment, and explore alternative options that may be available to you. We believe that knowledge is key to navigating the complexities of cancer treatment, and we’re committed to providing you with the information you need to make the best decisions for your health and well-being.

Explore our Treatments A-Z resource today and take control of your cancer journey.

A – Adjuvant therapy
B – Biological therapy (immunotherapy)
C – Chemotherapy
D – Radiation therapy (radiotherapy)
E – Embolization therapy
F – Targeted therapy
G – Gene therapy
H – Hormone therapy
I – Immunotherapy
J – Joint replacement surgery (for bone cancer)
K – Keratectomy (for eye cancer)
L – Laser therapy
M – Mastectomy (for breast cancer)
N – Neoadjuvant therapy
O – Oophorectomy (for ovarian cancer)
P – Photodynamic therapy
Q – Quadramet therapy (for bone metastases)
R – Radiofrequency ablation
S – Stem cell transplant
T – Tumour ablation
U – Ultrasound therapy
V – Vaccines (cancer vaccines)
W – Watchful waiting
X – X-ray therapy (radiation therapy)
Y – Yttrium-90 therapy (radioembolization)
Z – Zoledronic acid therapy (bisphosphonate therapy)

This list includes a variety of treatments commonly used in the management of cancer. Keep in mind that not all treatments may be applicable to every type or stage of cancer, and treatment plans are individualised based on a variety of factors.

Treatments A-Z

At Essex Cancer Research, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive information on a wide range of cancer treatments through our Treatments A-Z resource. Whether you’re newly diagnosed, undergoing treatment, or supporting a loved one through their cancer journey, our goal is to empower you with knowledge and understanding about different treatment options.

From traditional treatments like surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy to innovative therapies such as immunotherapy, targeted therapy, and precision medicine, our A-Z guide covers the full spectrum of cancer treatments. Each treatment is explained in detail, including its purpose, procedure, potential side effects, and efficacy in treating specific types of cancer.

Our Treatments A-Z resource serves as a valuable tool to help you make informed decisions about your treatment plan, understand what to expect during treatment, and explore alternative options that may be available to you. We believe that knowledge is key to navigating the complexities of cancer treatment, and we’re committed to providing you with the information you need to make the best decisions for your health and well-being.

Explore our Treatments A-Z resource today and take control of your cancer journey.

A – Adjuvant therapy
B – Biological therapy (immunotherapy)
C – Chemotherapy
D – Radiation therapy (radiotherapy)
E – Embolization therapy
F – Targeted therapy
G – Gene therapy
H – Hormone therapy
I – Immunotherapy
J – Joint replacement surgery (for bone cancer)
K – Keratectomy (for eye cancer)
L – Laser therapy
M – Mastectomy (for breast cancer)
N – Neoadjuvant therapy
O – Oophorectomy (for ovarian cancer)
P – Photodynamic therapy
Q – Quadramet therapy (for bone metastases)
R – Radiofrequency ablation
S – Stem cell transplant
T – Tumour ablation
U – Ultrasound therapy
V – Vaccines (cancer vaccines)
W – Watchful waiting
X – X-ray therapy (radiation therapy)
Y – Yttrium-90 therapy (radioembolization)
Z – Zoledronic acid therapy (bisphosphonate therapy)

This list includes a variety of treatments commonly used in the management of cancer. Keep in mind that not all treatments may be applicable to every type or stage of cancer, and treatment plans are individualised based on a variety of factors.