the Hidden Gem series
a wealth of new information on HIPEC – a selection of research citations for the first six months of 2013
a new tool for helping determine the best candidates for minimizing risk and ensuring a successful HIPEC treatment
More on the new HIPEC program at Case Western with a discussion on our first encounters with HIPEC and Dr. Fernando Arias
the latest headlines and papers on HIPEC and gynecological cancers
a round up of the latest headlines and research on HIPEC for ovarian and other advanced abdominal cancers
HIPEC in Mumbai makes the news, is HIPEC and cytoreductive surgery more effective in women with peritoneal mesothelioma?
a hospital in India experiments with the HIPEC procedure.
the author explains her fascination with Bogota, the capitol of Colombia, as well as discussion of the latest article about HIPEC, published in the New York Times
Bogota Surgery.org as a source in a new article on the International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ)/ and TravelAbroad.com
HIPEC makes the news again – in the journal, Future Oncology. Why wait for the future, when we have our own resident expert as profiled in Bogota! a Hidden Gem guide to surgical tourism?
As we’ve seen several times before, Bogotá surgeons stay ahead of the curve on cutting edge treatments. In the last several weeks, HIPEC or Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (Sugarbaker procedure) has been dotting the news headlines in the United States, and across the globe. But that’s nothing new to my readers here at BogotaSurgery.org – we read about Dr. Arias’ program months ago!
I promised you I’d come back and tell you more about Dr. Fernando Arias.. Well, I lied – less about the man, and more about some of the things he is doing, here in Bogota, Colombia, including Cytoreductive Surgery with hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC). Oh, and yes – he’s a great guy..