CBMDA Patient Consultation and Referral
CBMDA Expert Online Consultation
CBMDA's senior medical and dental advisors can be consulted via video conferences. Patients whose complaints can be managed by distant treatment & don’t need to be examined physically are seen via video conference. CBMDA has our patients and professionals from all over the world who consult them using CBMDA facility.
Once you book an appointment, CBMDA will send you a detailed case record. This filled case record has to be e-mailed to CBMDA before the consultation. This case record gives the doctors a complete idea about your health status. Following this you are seen online
CBMDA medical and dental advisors are with the patient with a 2-way video conference for about 1- 1 ½ hours for the first consultation. In this interview, the doctors understand your complaints & your personality pattern. Once the interview is complete, the remedy indicated is discussed with you.
You can purchase this remedy from a Homoeopathic pharmacy in your city or from a pharmacy in London that ships remedies all over the world.
The follow-ups are done via email regularly every month, where you can mail us a detailed follow up about how you are doing after the remedy. CBMDA experts evaluate these mails & recommend the necessary modification in the treatment. In the course of treatment depending on the follow-ups CBMDA medical and dental experts can ask for a video follow up to evaluate your condition and help you further.
Mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org for your queries, doubts, pricing & appointment requirements.
CBMDA Patient Referral Services
CBMDA medical and dental experts will consider several factors to be of major importance before referring you to the right specialist. The importance of patient convenience, previous experience with the specialist, specialist board certification, and insurance coverage accepted by specialists varies.
If you would like us to schedule an interview and recommend the appropriate specialist to treat your case in your country, please fill out the application form and book an appointment with CBMDA medical and dental consultants.
Welcome to MyCancerTherapy
A video information portal for patients with cancer
- Project delivered in partnership with China Britain Medical and Dental Association
This section provides you with key information on the main aspects of cancer treatment including side-effects, types of treatment and impact on daily life. The information is available in 16 languages; on CBMDA sites, we have them available in English and Mandarin Chinese.
What is Chemotherapy?
Chemotherapy is drug treatment for cancer i.e. the use of anti-cancer drugs to kill cancer cells in the body. This video describes the basics of cancer and chemotherapy.
Cancer is the uncontrolled division and growth of abnormal cells in the body.
Chemotherapy uses cytotoxic drugs to kill cancer cells.
Anti-cancer treatment has expanded beyond the use of cytotoxic chemotherapy to more advanced treatments such as hormone and targeted therapies.
DR REBECCA ROYLANCE BSc MBBS FRCP PhD
Consultant Medical Oncologist
Honorary Senior Lecturer
University College London Hospital
Department of Oncology
UCLH NHS Foundation Trust
DR RAY ZHANG PhD MD DDS MRCS(Eng) MRSC
Chief Executive - CBMDA the Association
Managing Director - CBMDA the Academy
Honorary Clinical Teacher - Dental
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Clinical Teacher King's College London School of Medicine
Your treatment depends on the type of cancer, its severity, where it is located and also your general health. This series of videos covers the practical aspects of chemotherapy, including what to expect, the different types of chemotherapy, how chemotherapy can be given and other treatments.
COMBINATION, (NEO)ADJUVANT AND TARGETED THERAPIES
TREATMENT INTENT AND FREQUENCY & DURATION OF TREATMENT
CHEMOTHERAPY AND STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION
TYPICAL DAY IN OUTPATIENT CLINIC
TESTS WHEN YOU GO FOR CHEMOTHERAPY
TYPES OF CHEMOTHERAPY & ADMINISTRATION
There are many different side-effects of chemotherapy, and it is highly unlikely you will experience them all; however there are ways to help cope and manage them. Most chemotherapy side-effects are temporary and disappear once your treatment is over. The videos below describe the most common side-effects associated with chemotherapy and give advice on dealing with them.
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM (DIARRHOEA, CONSTIPATION, MUCOSITIS, NAUSEA)
Chemotherapy can sometimes impact your sex life and fertility. It can affect men and women differently. Treatment can also affect your everyday life, relationships and ability to work. The videos below outline a number of key topics.