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Colon cancer
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the 3rd most common cancer worldwide and the 2nd leading cause of death from cancer. In 2020, there were 1.93 million new cases of CRC and 940,000 deaths from CRC, accounting for 10% of the total number of new cancers and 9.4% of the total number of deaths in the world, second only to lung cancer. The incidence of early-onset CRC is growing worldwide rapidly.
Symptoms of colon cancer
When you were diagnosed with colorectal cancer, did you feel helpless, scared, and lost?
  • Persistent physical discomfort

    Abdominal pain, bloating, persistent vague or dull aches, and pains are symptoms that affect your daily life and make you suffer mentally.

  • Upheaval in bowel habits

    Diarrhea alternates with constipation, bowel movements are often painful or unusual, and you feel like you haven't emptied your bowels after a bowel movement. These changes make your life incredibly difficult.

  • Fear of side effects from treatment

    Chemotherapy and radiotherapy, surgery, and other treatments can help you fight the disease, but the side effects such as nausea, vomiting, and fatigue may make your treatment more difficult.

You're not alone when it comes to bowel cancer! At our hospital, you will find the courage and strength to overcome the disease. Join us now and let us work together for your health!
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Classification and Stages of Colorectal Cancer
Understanding the classification and stages of colorectal cancer is essential to developing an effective treatment plan.
Location classification: Depending on the location of the tumor in the colon or rectum, colorectal cancer can be divided into right colon cancer, left colon cancer, and rectal cancer. Pathological classification: According to the histological characteristics of the tumor, colorectal cancer can be divided into adenocarcinoma, mucinous adenocarcinoma, signet ring cell carcinoma, etc.
The stage of colorectal cancer is based on the size of the tumor, the depth of invasion, lymph node metastases, and distant metastases. It’s usually divided into stage I, II, III, and IV.
How long can a patient with colorectal cancer live?
Colorectal cancer
Five-year survival rate
  • about 90%

    Early stage (stage I)
  • about 50% to 78%

    Mid-stage (stage II-III)
  • about 5% to 15%

    Late stage (stage IV)
Interventional Treatment X Colorectal Cancer
Minimally invasive treatment guided by imaging technologies only requires an incision of 1-2 mm, puncture under the guidance of imaging technologies, and special catheters, guidewires, and other precision instruments are directly introduced into the human body to diagnose the lesion, or extract its tissue and choose to carry out local treatment at the same time or electively.
  • 1.Less trauma and faster recovery: Compared with traditional surgery, interventional therapy has less trauma, less pain, and shorter recovery time, allowing patients to return to normal life faster.
  • 2. High accuracy and remarkable effect: Under the guidance of imaging equipment, interventional therapy can accurately reach the lesion area, carry out precise treatment, and improve the treatment effect.
  • 3. Less side effects and high safety: Due to small trauma, there are relatively few side effects and complications for interventional patients, and the safety is higher.
  • 4. Conducive to preserving intestinal function: Interventional therapy can preserve the patient's intestinal function to the greatest extent and improve the patient's quality of life.
  • 5. Improve the quality of life: Interventional therapy not only effectively treats colorectal cancer, but also alleviates the symptoms of patients, improves the quality of life, and prolongs the survival period.
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Integrated Minimally Invasive Treatment VS Traditional Treatment
St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou mainly uses the new integrated anti-cancer model of "integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine, minimally invasive targeting" to treat cancer, such as interventional therapy, seed implantation therapy, combined knife, microwave ablation, nanoknife, cryotherapy, etc., combined with each cancer patient's specific condition and personal needs, to develop a personalized integrated minimally invasive treatment plan.
Integrated Minimally Invasive Treatment 1. No need for excision and few complications: Minimally invasive treatment can greatly preserve the intestine and enter the body through a small incision, which greatly reduces complications such as postoperative infection.
2. Small trauma, fewer side effects, fewer complications, and fast recovery: Minimally invasive treatment is a minimally invasive non-open surgery, which has less postoperative pain and fast recovery, which can greatly improve the life quality of patients.
3. Short treatment time: The minimally invasive treatment cycle is about one week, the recovery cycle is short, and the effect is fast, helping patients return to normal life faster.
4. Patients do not need to wait for an appointment and are admitted to the hospital for immediate treatment.
5. One-on-one individual consultation to ensure the privacy and security of patients to a great extent.
  • Surgical Resection: 1. There are many complications of resection: surgical resection of part of the intestine, intestinal anastomosis is not ideal, such as anastomotic leakage will cause fecal secretion in the intestinal tract to cause peritonitis, resulting in sepsis affecting life.
    2. Affect bowel function: It’s easy to change bowel habits and increase the frequency of bowel movements.
    3. Long recovery cycle: patients need to undergo a long period of dietary adjustment and rehabilitation training after surgery.
  • Radiotherapy: 1. Serious side effects: radiotherapy is often accompanied by side effects such as nausea, vomiting, and mouth ulcers, which greatly affect the quality of life of patients.
    2. Long treatment cycle: It usually lasts for many weeks or even months, affecting the patient's life and work.
    3. Large trauma: If the number of radiotherapy is relatively high, it may lead to serious damage to the intestinal wall, and intestinal perforation is prone to occur.
  • Chemotherapy: 1. Serious side effects: Often accompanied by obvious side effects such as hair loss, anemia, vomiting, immunosuppression, etc., which greatly affect the life quality of patients.
    2. Unstable treatment effect: Patients are prone to problems such as drug resistance and immunosuppression to chemotherapy drugs, resulting in a decrease in treatment effect, an increase in complications, and treatment difficulty.
    3. Long treatment cycle: Usually 8-24 times, affecting the patient's life and work.
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Colorectal Cancer Patient Story
At St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, we have witnessed countless colorectal cancer patients come out of their pain and regain their self-confidence in life. The following are real cases of colorectal cancer patients in our hospital.
Minimally Invasive Therapy SaveProstate cancer

SOMPORN NA PHATTHALUNG, a 71-year-old Thai prostate cancer patient. SOMPORN was unable to walk and has been in bed for a long time until he r...

For Fear of Surgical Resection,Tongue Cancer

EVA JESSICA, comes from Indonesia, was diagnosed as tongue cancer. Refusing to take surgery in Malaysia, she came to St.Stamford Modern Cance...

I Prefer Minimally Invasive TheStage IV Colon Cancer

Chng Bon Kee, a 64-year-old Malaysian, was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer in June 2017 in Malaysia. On July 5th, he underwent colostomy...

Minimally Invasive Treatment GaColon Cancer
Nguyen Thi Tuoi

Nguyen Thi Tuoi was diagnosed as colon cancer in 2014.In 2016, she suffered metastasess to spleen and underwent treatment in Vietnam but it d...

Minimally Invasive Therapy is SLung Cancer
Truong Khac Tuoc

Truong Khac Tuoc, 63 years old, comes from Vietnam. He has cancer in upper lobe of right lung with metastasis to the other lung. He refused ...

Minimally Invasive Technology BBreast Cancer
Huynh Thi Nuong

Huynh Thi Nuong, a Vietnamese breast cancer patient who suffered from cancer recurrence, was informed of only 6 months to survive. While in ...

30 Sessions of Chemoradiation dCervical Cancer
Mai Thi Kim Duyen

In Oct.2017, cervical cancer patient Mai Thi Kim Duyen had surgery and chemotherapy in Vietnam and the treatment didn’t work. So she came ...

Advanced Breast Cancer Patient Stage IV Breast Cancer

Michelle comes from Canada. In 2013, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Refusing the doctor's recommendations for chemoradiation, she unde...

Facing Stage IV Colorectal Canc Stage IV Colorectal Cancer

HENDRY ANGGLES comes from Surabaya, Indonesia. With colorectal cancer, he was admitted in St.Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. Afte...

2 Filipino women’s Breast Can

For patients with breast cancer or other cancer types, appropriate cancer treatment is the key to destroy the tumor and improve living qualit...

Vera: Minimally Invasive TherapSynovial Sarcoma

Vera, a synovial sarcoma patient from Canada, accepted minimally invasive therapy such as interventional therapy, microwave ablation and seed...

Thanks to minimally invasive coLymphoma
Muhammad Fakhri

Muhammad Fakhri is a Hodgkin lymphoma sufferer, who comes from Indonesia. After interventional therapy and particle implantation in St. Stam...

Encountering Stage IV Lung CancStage IV Lung Cancer
Toh Bee Guet

Toh Bee Guet, from Malaysia, suffered from stage IV lung cancer. She was admitted into St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou in Nov. ...

I Choose Here Because I Trust T Basal Cell Carcinoma (a form of skin cancer)
Vuong The Hung

64-year-old Vuong The Hung, comes from Vietnam, suffered from basal cell carcinoma. In October 2017, mass in his face was diagnosed as basal ...

Minimally Invasive Therapy Bene Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer
Nguyen Thinh

Nguyen Thinh, 83 years old, comes from Vietnam. He was diagnosed as pancreatic cancer in Feb. 2017. After refusing surgery and chemotherapy i...

Minimally Invasive Therapies He Lymphoma
Chong Fui Min

Chong Fui Min, from Malaysia, is a stage IV lymphoma sufferer. He was admitted into St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou in Dec. 20...

I Trust Minimally Invasive TherBreast Cancer

In April, 2017, SULASTRI, comes from Indonesia, was diagnosed with cancer in left breast. Before arrival at St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospit...

Never Give up In 14 Years' Canc Lung Cancer

WONG SIOE IN was diagnosed with breast cancer and lung cancer successively. She came to St.Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou in 2017....

Interventional Therapy Makes StNasopharyngeal Cancer

ANNI IBRIAH, 49 years old, comes from Jakarta, Indonesia. She was diagnosed with stage IV nasopharyngeal cancer. She took treatment in St.Sta...

I Choose Interventional TherapyBreast Cancer
Au Guat Chin

Malaysian Au Guat Chin was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer in January 2017. After interventional therapy in St. Stamford Modern Cancer...

Meet the Professional, Meet the Hope - MDT
When faced with the challenges of colorectal cancer, it’s crucial to choose a hospital with a strength, experience, and professional team. Our MDT is your trusted partner. The MDT at St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou is composed of multidisciplinary medical experts with deep academic backgrounds and rich clinical experience in this field. Our team of experts not only pursues exquisite surgical techniques but also provides a full range of services in terms of psychological support and rehabilitation guidance to ensure that patients receive the most comprehensive care. Our hospital always adheres to the patient-centered approach and formulates personalized treatment plans based on the specific conditions of patients to ensure that patients get the best results.
Song Shijun
Chief Expert of Oncology Department
Chief physician,

Song Shijun, professor, chief physician, CPC member, has been engaged in clinical work of oncology for more than 40 years, and was the deputy...

Peng Xiaochi
Director of International Oncology Ward
Chief Physician

Peng Xiaochi, M.D., Ph.D. graduate in Canada, is a member of the Chinese Medical Association, the Board of Directors of the Guangdong Provi...

Dai Wenyan
Deputy director of the 5th Oncological Wards, Director of Breast Cancer Center
Attending Doctor

Director Dai is good at combined treatment for all kinds of solid tumor (such as breast cancer, lung cancer, gastrointestinal tumor, gynecolo...

Ma Xiaoying
Director of Oncology Department 1
Associate Chief Physician

 Ma Xiaoying, more than 20 years experience of clinical work in oncology, and is currently a member of the Specialized Committee on Medical...

Zhen Yanli
Director of Radiotherapy and Intervention Department
Associate Chief Physician

Graduated from Baotou Medical College with bachelor’s degree, Dr. Zhen Yanli is one of the earliest interventional experts in China. He has...

Yin Pingshan
Distinguished expert of TCM Oncology
Chief Physician

Engaged in clinical work in Traditional Chinese Medicine Internal Medicine for 40 years and is a core member of Guangdong Province's key clin...

Wu Wei
Attending Physician, Department of Oncology
Attending Physician

Wu Wei, engaged in clinical work of oncology for more than 10 years, graduated from the Department of Clinical Medicine of Shanxi Medical Uni...

Dong Kui
Attending Physician, International Oncology Ward

Specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, hypertension, cerebral infarction, coronary heart disease, gastritis, peptic ulcer, ...

Lin Jing
Deputy Director, International Oncology Ward
Attending Physician

She specializes in minimally invasive targeted therapy, immunotherapy, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and endocrine therapy for solid tumors, and...

Ma Yumei

Ma Yumei has been engaged in the clinical work of gynecological oncology treatment for nearly 10 years. With solid clinical theoretical knowl...

Zhai Xueli
Attending Physician, Oncology 7th Floor Ward
Attending Physician

Personal Profile:more than 10 years experience of clinical work in oncology, member of China Anti-Cancer Association, member of Guangzhou Bai...

Pan Xin
Resident physician, 7th floor oncology ward
Resident physician

Accumulated rich clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of tumors, specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of solid tumors suc...

Qin Yubing
Attending physician ,7th floor oncology ward
Attending physician

Personal Profile:Many years of clinical work in oncology ,Master of Medicine Degree. specializes in radiotherapy, chemotherapy, targeted and ...

Hu Ying
Doctor from the 8th Oncological Wards
Attending Doctor

Dr. Hu Ying is masterly using interventional therapy, 125I seed implantation, cryotherapy, radiofrequency ablation and other minimally invasi...

Wu Qingkai
Chief doctor of cancer center on 4th floor
Attending Doctor

With cancer clinical experience for more than 30 years, Dr. Wu Qingkai has rich medical theoretical knowledge and clinical experience. With t...

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