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Sheba Launches New Minisite: Hemato-Oncology Division

Hemato-Oncology
Sheba Medical Center is excited to announce that its new minisite with comprehensive information about the hospital’s Hemato-Oncology Division is up and running. The Sheba team is deeply dedicated to keeping patients informed about the various advanced treatments and services available – and this minisite was guided by that mission.

The Hemato-Oncology Division comprises world-renowned physicians and clinicians who apply the latest cutting-edge approaches to diagnosing and treating blood cancers. As the largest hospital in the region, Sheba treats a wide range of conditions and offers personalized treatments that are unavailable elsewhere. To help patients around the world, the new minisite serves as an informative resource about the following services at Sheba:

  • Diseases that are treated
  • Types of therapies
  • Ongoing clinical trials
  • Patient process, from A-Z
  • The division’s doctors and specialists
  • Holistic services
  • The International Medical Tourism Division
Hemato-Oncology

A cancer diagnosis can be confusing and overwhelming. Patients and their families often do not have the time or clarity of mind to navigate the massive amounts of complicated information that they are suddenly forced to understand. However, decisions about treatment must be made quickly. To assist patients, the Sheba Hemato-Oncology Division minisite offers clear and detailed information about a range of conditions and current therapies.

Sheba is constantly focused on ways to improve the quality of life of its patients and their therapeutic options, and this minisite provides as many people as possible with easy access to the information they need throughout their fight against cancer.

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