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If you've recently been diagnosed with having cancer, your main concern is beating the disease. We'll be here for you every step of the way on this tough journey.
Our expert cancer specialists and their medical teams will help you choose the most suitable and effective treatment for you.
We treat a wide range of cancers including breast, bowel, skin, lung and prostate using some of the latest procedures. These include Single Dose Intra-operative Radiation Therapy for breast cancer and High Intensity Focused Ultrasound.
You'll be treated quickly by the specialist of your choice and at the location of your choice. Our modern and well-equipped cancer treatment clinics are staffed by our expert specialists who'll be there to support you every step of the way - even after your treatment has finished.
We work closely with cancer treatment partners, including GenesisCare, throughout the UK. Many of our hospitals are accredited with Macmillan Cancer Support.
The advanced radiotherapy techniques on offer at Spire Portsmouth Hospital are provided by Genesis Care. We work closely with their cancer care professionals to ensure continuity of care and easy access to the best facilities and medical teams for all your cancer treatment needs. The expert teams at Cancer Partners UK use some of the latest and most effective radiotherapy techniques available, including Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) and Image Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT). These advancements in radiotherapy technology means tumours can be targeted with a very high degree of accuracy, avoiding damage to healthy tissue and organs which causes less expected side-effects than conventional radiotherapy.Genesis Care
20 November 2019
I’m in my early 50’s and have noticed that I now need to pee more often and have to get up several times in the night. S…
15 November 2019
The 17 September 2019 was the first ever Patient Safety Day organised by WHO (World Health Organisation).