Dr Karen Motilall has acquired extensive experience in the healthcare industry and hospital settings, specifically as a specialist Clinical & Radiation oncologist. She specialises in the holistic care of cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy.

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SPECIALISES IN THE FOLLOWING TREATMENTS

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Intra-Operative Breast Radiation

Radiation is delivered to the tumour bed during breast conservation surgery for early breast cancer.

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Systemic Radiation

When a radioactive substance, like radioactive iodine or a radioactive labelled monoclonal antibody, is ingested or injected into a patient, it circulates throughout the body. Eventually, it reaches the tumour, where it kills the cells.

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TREATS THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF CANCER

Heading IconBone Cancer

Bone cancer occurs when abnormal cells multiply uncontrollably within a person's bones. Although bone cancer can originate in any bone in the body, it most frequently manifests in the pelvis and the long arm and leg bones.

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Heading IconBreast Cancer

Uncontrolled growth of breast cells is the root of breast cancer. Cancer may emerge in either one or both breasts.

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Heading IconSkin Cancer

Sun damage that affects the skin is a significant risk factor for the development of skin cancer. Even if your skin does not face regular exposure to the sun, you could still develop this common form of cancer.

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Heading IconGastrointestinal Cancer

Cancers of the digestive tract are collectively referred to as gastrointestinal (GI) cancers. This includes cancers of the oesophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, pancreas, liver, gallbladder and biliary system.

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Heading IconGenitourinary Cancer

Cancers of the male and female reproductive system and urinary tract are the primary focus of genitourinary oncology. Cancers of the prostate, kidney, bladder, testicles, and genitalia are among these.

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Heading IconGynaecology Cancer

Cancer of the uterus, cervix, ovaries, or uterine lining is called gynaecological cancer. Cancers of the gynaecological system typically begin in various areas of the female pelvic region that lie between the hip bones and lower abdomen. Cervical cancer affects about 50% of Dr Motilall's patients, and she is highly skilled in the treatment of this cancer.

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Heading IconHead and Neck Cancer

Head and neck cancer is cancer that arises in the head and neck. The potential sites for this disease are the nasal cavity, sinuses, lips, mouth, salivary glands, throat, and larynx.

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Heading IconMusculoskeletal Cancer

Musculoskeletal oncology is the subspecialty of oncology concerned with the diagnosis, staging, and treatment of malignant and benign tumours of the skeleton, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves, as well as primary and metastatic bone diseases, sarcomas, and pathologic fractures caused by malignancy in children and adults of all ages.

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Heading IconNeurological Cancer

Cancer that affects the nervous system, specifically the brain or spinal cord, is known as neurological cancer. As a result, both areas of the body may be impacted simultaneously.

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Heading IconThoracic Cancer

Thoracic cancer encompasses not only lung but also thymic and tracheal cancer. The most common form of thoracic cancer is lung cancer.

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