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The Dr Rosell Oncology Institute offers comprehensive anti-cancer treatment with an innovative strategy: personalized therapeutic models based on genetic analyses.
Each tumor has a genetic fingerprint which allows treatment to be tailored to each patient. We have our own Molecular Oncology Laboratory which works closely with our medical oncologists to provide personalized medicine according to the genetic characteristics of each patient.
These studies have resulted in the identification of "genetic fingerprinting" in cancer cells that allow us to offer the patient the most appropriate treatments.
What is cancer?

Cancer is a set of diseases which occur when the cells in our body are damaged and begin to grow in an uncontrolled manner. There are different kinds of cancer according to the place where this uncontrolled growth originates (lung cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, etc.). Each of these diseases has a different prognosis and treatment.

Precision medicine, the most promising approach in the fight against cancer
Precision medicine uses information about genes, proteins and other characteristics of each patient’s tumor in order to determine the genetic diagnosis and treatment of the disease.

Targeted therapy is the foundation of precision medicine. Targeted therapy means personalized treatment which acts against the genetic or molecular changes which drive the growth, division and spread of cancer cells.
Personalized cancer treatments are often more effective and better tolerated than traditional treatments.