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HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY1240 or +961 1 372888 ext: 5600 Request appointment online
The clinical activity of the Hematology-Oncology Division at CMC includes:
- Early diagnosis
- Counseling and consult services at the specialized clinics
- Chemotherapy administration in the same-day hospital for out-patients,
- Inpatient administration
- Adverse event management
- Follow-ups and long term toxicities follow-up
- Palliative care
- Pain management
High quality of diagnostic techniques is used including laboratories, radiological exams, histo-pathology laboratory, and endoscopies.
CMC’s highly qualified hematology and oncology team is committed to deliver the best treatment to the patient in a multidisciplinary work environment.
To schedule an appointment with a Hematologist and Oncologist please call the hotline 1240 or +961 1 372888 on extension 5600-5610 or request an appointment online.
Caring for Your Hair When Receiving Chemotherapy/scalp cooling Treatment
Hair loss can occur 2-3 weeks following the start of treatment. Some patients will only have mild thinning of the hair, while others may experience complete hair loss. The hair will usually grow back after treatment has ceased, but it may come back as a different color or texture.
How Scalp Cooling Could Save Your Hair During Chemotherapy
What is scalp cooling?
It is a method of cooling the scalp which can be used with some (but not all) forms of chemotherapy to try and help reduce hair loss. It is used for lowering the temperature of the scalp and has been in use in different forms for over 25 years.