Cancer makes the human body very physically weak. Serious side effects such as hair loss and skin bruising negatively affect the patient's psychology. Cancer patients may have to cope with emotions such as fear, anxiety, panic, helplessness and depressive mood. On the other hand, studies have revealed that psychological disorders directly affect the human immune system. For this reason, the patient may need psychological support while the cancer treatment continues. The patient should not be alone during the cancer treatment, be constantly supported by his family and friends, and receive professional support from specialist psychologists. Oncology patients can receive special support from the psycho-oncology department, which works on the psychology of cancer patients. In some cases, it is important that the relatives of the patients also benefit from this support. Thus, cancer treatment becomes more effective and the patient has a more comfortable treatment process.
If you have any health problems that fall within the area of expertise of our medical oncology departments, you can request an appointment from our relevant department for your routine controls and treatment procedures. You can get treatment in the early process and prevent more serious complications that you may encounter in the future by having regular check-ups regarding your disease and showing the necessary sensitivity to the treatment plan recommended by your physician.