Cancer Centre of Excellence

Why choose Cranfeld Clinic - delaying the early detection of cancer

with innovative methods and treatment ensures a longer life.


Neoplasia refers to the uncontrolled and abnormal growth of cells. These cells form a mass or lump of tissue called a neoplasm or tumor. Cranfeld Clinic offers counseling and diagnostic assistance for early detection of the most common cancers (breast, prostate, lung, colo-rectal, brain, gynaecological). In cooperation with the world's top hospitals, we can help create a personalized treatment plan for everyone, along with its implementation.

Neoplasia types

– Benign Neoplasm: These are non-cancerous growths that do not invade nearby tissues or spread to other parts of the body. Examples include benign tumors of the skin (e.g., moles) or uterine fibroids.

– Malignant Neoplasms (Cancers): These are cancerous growths characterized by invasive behavior, the ability to spread to other tissues or organs (metastasis), and the potential to cause harm to the body.


Cancer treatment professionals at Cranfeld Clinic are ready to answer your questions as soon as you have reserved an appointment through the booking page.
In addition to the reception, we can perform biomarkers early detection tests, screen suspected cancer areas with top technology, create a treatment path using AI, and refer you to a competence centre with the best knowledge of the findings.

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Patient care

Cranfeld Clinic cancer experts are trained and experienced in using the latest, most effective cancer treatment techniques. When you seek care, a multidisciplinary team of experts works together to ensure all your needs are met and all your cancer treatment options are considered. The cancer prevention calculator can be used to indicate the possibility of cancer. Specifically, malignancy or malignancy is indicated by spot tests for genes and biomarkers, and results confirmed by high-tech medical examinations and biopsies. Cancer is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth, invasion of surrounding tissues, and the potential to spread to other parts of the body, often through the bloodstream or lymphatic system. The earlier the detection and the immediate effect on the cancer cells, the better the results.

Differential diagnostics

There are many different types of cancer, each named after the tissue or organ from which it originates. Common examples are breast cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, and colon cancer. Cranfeld Clinic uses the analytics of the combined results of biomarkers, gene analysis, biopsy, radiology and endoscopic data sets to identify the patient’s cancer types and, if necessary, convenes an international council to confirm the diagnosis.

⦁ Molecular Imaging (MI)
⦁ Magnetic Resonants Imaging (MRI)
⦁ Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
⦁ Computerised Tomography (CT)
⦁ Angiography
⦁ Ultrasound Scan
⦁ X-ray
⦁ Robotic-assisted endoscopy
⦁ Endoscopic ultrasound
⦁ Fluorecence endoscopy
⦁ Wireless endoscopy
⦁ Narrow-band imaging

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Cancer is typically caused by genetic mutations that disrupt normal cell growth and regulation. These mutations can be acquired (resulting from exposure to carcinogens) or inherited (passed down through genes).

Advanced treatments and services

The state-of-the-art facilities and expert staff at Cranfeld Clinic make it possible to deliver the most innovative, progressive care anywhere. The cutting-edge treatments and services available include:

⦁ Biological therapy for cancer
⦁ Bone marrow transplant
⦁ Brachytherapy
⦁ Cancer survivorship clinics
⦁ Cardio-Oncology Clinic
⦁ CAR T-cell Therapy Program
⦁ Chemotherapy
⦁ Cryoablation for cancer
⦁ Individualized Medicine Clinic
⦁ Integrative Medicine
⦁ Minimally invasive surgery
⦁ Proton therapy
⦁ Radiation therapy
⦁ Radiofrequency ablation for cancer
⦁ Robotic surgery
⦁ Sentinel node biopsy
⦁ Stereotactic radiosurgery

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Coordinated care from a team of experts

Cranfeld Clinic offers a truly integrated practice, with a variety of specialists regularly working together and meeting to discuss cases. This ensures that you receive care that takes into account all of your needs and concerns. Your care team carefully weighs all of your treatment options to create a plan that’s personalized for you.

Your cancer care team might include:

⦁ Geneticists
⦁ Hematologists
⦁ Medical oncologists
⦁ Nurses
⦁ Pathologists
⦁ Pediatric cancer specialists
⦁ Physical therapists
⦁ Psychologists
⦁ Radiation oncologists
⦁ Radiologists
⦁ Surgeons

Other experts are included as needed. For instance, if you have other health conditions that need to be considered as you weigh your cancer treatment options, the necessary experts will be included in the discussion.

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Patient navigation

A cancer diagnosis can be a confusing time not only for you, but also for your family and loved ones. When people first hear they have cancer, they often feel overwhelmed and don’t know what to expect. Even after some time has passed, it can be difficult to keep up with all the new information and the demands of a cancer diagnosis and treatment plan.

At Cranfeld Clinic Cancer Center, patient navigators guide you and your caregivers through diagnosis, treatment and more. Our navigators will meet you on your journey to answer any questions you or your caregiver may have. These may include identifying your specific type and stage of cancer, explaining treatment options, connecting you to important financial resources, or finding transportation and accommodations to ensure you receive the treatment you need.

Patient navigators are active members of your healthcare team who assess and address immediate needs and set the stage for future or ongoing support.

Patient navigators at Cranfeld Clinic’s Comprehensive Cancer Center assist all patients and communicate in the way that works best for you, such as in person, virtually, by phone or email. Translation assistance is also available.

Contact us
For potential patients at the Cranfeld Clinic and its cancer care network, please contact us if you have any questions about our cancer care and support services.

Refer a patient

These phone numbers will connect you directly to the Referral Patient appointment coordinator at Cranfeld Clinic. Patient appointments are scheduled from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time. Consultations with Cranfeld Clinic doctors are also available during these hours.

Referral form
Complete it on your computer or phone.

We will send you an answer as soon as possible, but no later than three days.