Leukaemia and Lymphoma Centre Bonn/ Rhein-Sieg
Centre for Haematological Neoplasia - certified according to the German Cancer Society
Benign blood diseases | Lymphomas and leukaemias | Chemotherapy/system therapy of solid tumours | Sarcomas | Locoregional therapy methods | Palliative medicine
The central unit for inpatient care at the Oncology Centre is the Department of Haematology and Internal Oncology at Johanniter-Krankenhaus. The inpatient treatment of oncological and palliative medical patients takes place here. This includes chemotherapies, radiation therapies required as inpatient treatments, and radiological-nuclear medical interventions, as well as supportive therapy procedures.
For the highly specialised treatment of certain malignant diseases, organ centres (lung, intestine, breast, prostate, pancreas) have been formed. Here, doctors from different disciplines work closely together to develop optimal treatment strategies for oncological patients.
- Benign blood diseases
- Lymphomas and leukaemias
- Chemotherapy/system therapy of solid tumours
- Locoregional therapy
- Palliative medicine