Many of our firm’s cancer case inquiries have included colon cancer, prostate cancer, and bladder cancer. Different cancers have various treatment options, including:
- Radiation therapy
- Immunotherapy to treat cancer
- Targeted therapy
- Hormone therapy -especially for prostate cancer
- Stem cell transplant
- Precision medicine
HOW IS SURGERY USED TO TREAT A TUMOR?
Surgery against tumors can be the quickest method of defeating cancer. A tumor may be removed entirely or partially (debulking) during surgical treatment, which may result in a reduction of pain and pressure due to the presence of such a tumor.
TREATING COLON CANCER
Surgery is the most common form of treatment to remove the diseased sections of the colon. It can be used to inspect the surrounding lymph nodes so as to prevent the cancer from spreading to nearby parts of the body. Clinical trials using the newest forms of treatments and therapies may also be frequently used based on the specific case at hand.
TREATING PROSTATE CANCER
Unlike colon cancer, prostate cancer uses more of n hormone therapy approach to avoid surgery, hormone therapy will treat the tumor and make it smaller before using radiation therapy and/or surgery.
TREATING BLADDER CANCER
Many oncologists recommend a combination of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy to treat bladder cancer. However, there has been a rise in immunotherapy to treat bladder cancer so as to prevent the loss of the bladder.
Do You have a Zantac Cancer Lawsuit?
The attorneys at Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo Plotkin & Hellman LLP have successfully litigated dangerous drug cases against large pharmaceutical corporations for decades. We are currently speaking with individuals who may have developed cancer as a result of prolonged Zantac and ranitidine use. Please reach out to our law firm if you or a loved one developed cancer while taking Zantac. Our attorneys will schedule an appointment to speak with you about your specific case and needs. You can reach our New York office location by calling (212) 684-1880. Communications with our firm are strictly confidential, and we can help you understand whether or not you have a strong Zantac lawsuit. The consultation is free of charge and we do not charge you for litigating your case. Additionally, our firm will get a fee only if we recover a settlement for you.