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Stomach cancer treatment abroad

  • With 9 years of experience, we have chosen the best and most trusted doctors, so you will get a perfect result of treatment.
  • Your personal doctor will be with you from the beginning until your full recovery.
  • Every nuance is thought out and organized for your comfort and peace of mind.
  • All payments only to the clinic after arrival with no extra charges.
Gastric cancer treatment Package, Memorial Antalya Clinic
Length of stay: 20 days
Финальная стоимость программы рассчитывается исходя из индивидуальной ситуации пациента
What services are included in the price
  • Examinations: Preoperative
  • Hospitalization: 5 days
  • Surgery for tumor removal


  • Full travel arrangements
  • Support 24/7
  • Accommodation: 15 days in a hotel
  • Transfer: Airport – Hotel – Clinic
  • Translator: Yes


Chemotherapy Package, Memorial Antalya Clinic
Length of stay: calculate number of days
1500-5000 (per session)
Финальная стоимость программы рассчитывается исходя из индивидуальной ситуации пациента
What services are included in the price
  • Hospital room
  • Nursing services
  • Standardized medications related to chemotherapy
  • Routine laboratory tests
  • Outpatient medical follow-up (check-ups and routine laboratory tests)


  • Full travel arrangements
  • Support 24/7
  • Transfer: Airport – Hotel – Clinic
  • Translator: Yes


*The length of stay is calculated depending on the number of sessions and the medication prescribed.

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The best doctors for stomach cancer treatment abroad

Joseph Klausner
oncologic surgeon
Work experience: over 45 years

Professor Joseph Klausner is a distinguished Israeli surgeon specializing in surgical interventions for malignant neoplasms.

His extensive specialization includes:

  • breast cancer;
  • pancreatic cancer;
  • gastric cancer;
  • colorectal cancer;
  • liver cancer;
  • kidney cancer;
  • rectal cancer;
  • adenocarcinoma;
  • Crohn’s disease;
  • carcinoma.

Prof. Klausner has served as a longtime chairman of the National Surgical Society, the Israeli Association of Surgeons and Cancer Surgeons. His contributions to medical science are recognized by more than 150 articles and monographs that have been recognized in the international medical community. His most recent publications focus on laparoscopic colectomy, cystic pancreatic tumors, and improvements in emergency and intensive care. He also conducts research in the autoimmune disease, Crohn’s disease.


  • Israeli Society of Oncologists;
  • Tel Aviv Society of Oncology Doctors;
  • National Surgical Society;
  • Israeli Community of Physicians.
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Ido Wolf
Work experience: over 30 years

Oncologist of the highest qualification.

Head of the Oncology Department at the Suraski Medical Center (Ichilov).


  • 1984-1990: University of Be’er Sheva, Faculty of Medicine, University of Be’er Sheva;
  • Master’s Degree: Tel Aviv University, Sackler Faculty of Medicine. Sackler, Department of Post-Baccalaureate Education;
  • 1997-2001: Sheba Medical Center, Hay Therapeutic Department;
  • 2002-2008: Sheba Medical Center, specialization in oncology.

Academic Activities:

  • 2000-2011: Instructor at the Faculty of Medicine, Mt. Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University;
  • Since 2011: Senior Lecturer at the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University. Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University;
  • Since 2006: Supervisor of 2nd and 3rd degree students at the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University. Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University.


  • Participated in about 60 presentations at scientific conferences;
  • Published about 40 professional articles.
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Dr. Borge Arndt
Work experience: over 15 years

The Chief Physician of the Hematology and Oncology Department at Helios Clinic, specializes in the areas of:

  • chemotherapy;
  • antibody therapy or immunotherapy for blood diseases and oncology;
  • gastrointestinal oncology;
  • personalized precision oncology.


  • 2001-2008. – Free University of Berlin / Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg, University of Zurich;
  • 2011 г. – Successfully defended his doctoral thesis;
  • 2016 г. – Received specialization in internal medicine, hematology and oncology.

Professional experience:

  • 2008-2016. – Medical clinical practice at the Grosshadern Campus and the Department of Hematology/Oncology at the Innenstadt Campus, Munich University Hospital;
  • 2016-2017. – Served as a senior physician in the Department of Hematology/Oncology at the Klinikum in Passau;
  • since 2017. – served as senior physician in the Department of Hematology/Oncology at the Emil von Behring Helios Clinic, Berlin (since 2021 – leading senior physician);
  • since 2023 he has been appointed Chief Physician of the Department of Hematology/Oncology at the Emil von Behring Helios Clinic, Berlin.
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Thomas Frieling
Work experience: over 35 years


  • Gastroenterology;
  • hepatology;
  • neurogastroenterology;
  • infectiology;
  • hematology;
  • palliative care;
  • oncology.

Education and professional activities:

  • 1977-1988 – Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf, Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Infectiology ; clinical practice in the department of St. John’s Hospital in St. Paul, USA.
  • 1985 – Doctor of Medicine;
  • 1985 – American ECFMG examination in preclinical and clinical disciplines in Bonn;
  • 1988 – Fellowship of the German Research Foundation, Research Fellow at the Department of Physiology, College of Medicine, Ohio State University, USA;
  • since 1992 – specialist in internal medicine;
  • 1993-2000 – senior physician at the Clinic of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Infectious Diseases at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf;
  • 2000-2008 – Director of the Department of Internal Medicine, Krefeld City Hospital;
  • 2008 – Director of the Department of Internal Medicine, Helios Klinikum Krefeld;
  • since 2013 – Medical Director of the Helios Klinikum Krefeld.

Scientific activities:

  • Author of 146 scientific publications, 129 articles in periodicals, 78 monographs/teaching/reference materials.
  • Prof. Freeling has given 498 lectures, participated 170 times in specialized congresses and graduated 20 PhD students.

Scientific focus: functional GI diseases, chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, GI tumors.


  • German Society for Gastroenterology, Digestive and Metabolic Diseases (DGVS)
  • Member of the board of the German Gastro-League Society
  • Chairman of the Association of Senior Physicians of Gastroenterology Clinics
  • Founder of the Foundation for Neurogastroenterology

Teaching activities:

  • Professor at the Department of Internal Medicine with emphasis on neurogastroenterology at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, Germany. Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, Germany
  • Author of lectures, courses and internships at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, Germany. Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, Germany.


  • Research Award from the American Physiological Society (1989);
  • Hörlein Prize at the Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany. Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf (1993);
  • Norbert Henning Prize (1994);
  • Award in the field of gastroenterology from the North Rhine Medical Council (1994);
  • Gastroenterology specialist status according to the standards of the European Council for Gastroenterology (EUMS) (2006).
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Kıvanc Derya Peker
oncologic surgeon
Work experience: over 20 years

One of the leaders in the number of pancreatic and gastric cancer surgeries performed. To date, he has performed more than 400 surgeries for pancreatic and stomach cancer and more than 200 liver surgeries.


  • Pancreatic surgery;
  • gallbladder and tract surgery;
  • surgery of liver diseases;
  • gastric diseases and gastric cancer surgery;
  • kidney transplantation.

He received his medical education and specialization in general surgery at Istanbul University, Chapa Faculty of Medicine.

After his major specialization, he placed in the top three in the supplementary exam and received specialization in Gastroenterology Surgery at the Gastroenterology Surgery Clinic of Kartal Koşuyolu Yüksek Ihtisas Teaching and Research Hospital.

He also received a fellowship from Turkish Association of Surgeons and worked at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA, while he was an assistant in the Clinic of Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery and the Clinic of Obesity and Metabolic Surgery.

He was one of the founding members of the Department of Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery at Sadi Konuk Teaching and Research Hospital.

He did his doctoral thesis at Istanbul University on stem cells, cancer biology, cellular properties of obesity and aging.

He established the Gastroenterology Surgery Clinic at Başakşehir Çam, Sakura City Hospital.

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Work experience: over 20 years

Dr. Mustafa Ozdogan is one of the most experienced and sought after oncologists in Turkey.

His specialties are:

  • cancer prevention;
  • high dose chemotherapy;
  • alternative cancer treatments;
  • advanced cancer treatments;
  • minimally invasive (non-surgical) cancer treatment;
  • immunotherapy;
  • cell therapy.


  • Best Article Award at the Turkish Cancer Congress, March 2016;
  • International Guidelines Abstract Research Award at the Turkish Cancer Congress, March 2016;
  • Best Article Award at Aegean Hematology Oncology Congress, March 2016;
  • Poster presentation award at the National Cancer Congress, April 2015;
  • Report Award at the National Cancer Research Workshop, and others.

The doctor has also authored more than 100 articles published in both Turkish and international specialized journals and is an active participant in many studies.


He is a member of the Turkish Association of Oncologists, affiliated with the Association of Cancer Groups and an active member of the American Society of Oncology, and participates in the European Society of Clinical Oncology.

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Patient reviews about the treatment of stomach cancer abroad
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Diagnosis: treatment of stomach cancer

Our dear Dr. Kivanc Derya Packer gave hope to my sister and us by performing a very difficult surgery to remove her stomach cancer. I would like to thank Dr. Kivanc again and again for supporting us during the treatment. I am glad that we have met such a doctor who does his job conscientiously and really fights for the health of his patient!

Brother Imran Ozturk.

Diagnosis: treatment of stomach cancer

We don’t get to choose whether we get cancer or not. But we can choose the doctor. Choose Dr. Mustafa Özdoğan. He is a wonderful professional and a fantastically kind, calm and smiling person. With him you calm yourself and believe that everything will be fine. Thank you, doctor, it is a real luck and happiness to meet you. Health to you and your family. Andrei and Marina Kudryavtsev, Minsk, Belarus.

Diagnosis: treatment of stomach cancer

Dr. Kıvanç Derya PEKER is a doctor I would definitely recommend, he saved my mother’s life, God bless you a thousand times! I am glad you are here!

Diagnosis: treatment of stomach cancer

I feel lucky to have been able to be treated under the guidance of Prof. Mustafa Khzdogan and his excellent team.
The program that Prof. Mustafa developed for my treatment was innovative and completely successful.
His professionalism and friendly attitude towards me calmed my anxieties and fears.
I will never forget the help and reassurance I received from the members of the translation department, namely Serap Kalgin RIP, Mehmet Soydemir, and the exceptional assistance from Kubra.
I thank you, dear Professor Mustafa, I owe my life to you!

Diagnosis: treatment of stomach cancer

My father was diagnosed with the disease last year. He went to the doctor when he started eating little and losing weight. Said that food is hard to pass.

On ultrasound, the doctor did not find any pathology and recommended a gastroscopy. The study revealed a suspicious formation, the doctor made a biopsy. Diagnosis showed that my father has stage 3 stomach cancer.

In order not to waste time, we turned to the Assuta Clinic. Here, Prof. Moshe Inbar sent my father for examination. The diagnosis was confirmed, it was good that there were no metastases. The doctor prescribed surgery and chemotherapy, saying that it was impossible to postpone the intervention.

As a result, we performed a total gastrectomy: the surgeon removed the entire stomach and 20 lymph nodes, directly connected the esophagus and intestines. But there was no huge suture on the stomach.

For about two weeks Dad had to stay in the hospital. Here he was recovering from the surgery under the constant supervision of the medical staff. Finally, there was a checkup to make sure everything was well fused. Dad was discharged home.

The quality of life has gotten worse and harder, but Dad is alive. That’s the main thing. He’s eating small meals at regular intervals. He has regular checkups.

Diagnosis: treatment of stomach cancer

I was treated at Assuta, they have modern diagnostic equipment, the examination took 4 days, after which I was offered a partial gastrectomy. The surgery was done using a robotic surgeon, which is very precise. The tumor was removed completely, and a second examination showed no cancer cells or metastases.

Diagnosis: treatment of stomach cancer

My first symptom of stomach cancer was pain after eating. When it started to get worse, I went to the doctor. After a number of examinations I was diagnosed with stage 2 stomach cancer and a large number of lymph nodes were affected. Dr. Ron Greenberg operated on me, he knows all the new techniques and there are a lot of good reviews about him, so I went to him.

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Stomach cancer treatment programs abroad

Chemotherapy for stomach cancer treatment abroad

  • Hospitalization: 3 days
  • Duration of stay abroad: depending on the chemo protocol, multiple courses of chemotherapy may be required
  • Day 1: Meeting at the airport, examination, consultation
  • Day 3: Discharge from the hospital and accommodation in a hotel
  • Day 5: Control examination
  • Day 6: Transfer to the airport

Surgery to remove kidney cancer abroad

  • Hospitalization: 1 day
  • Duration of stay abroad: 6 days
  • 1 day: Meeting at the airport, examination, consultation
  • 2 day: Surgery, hospitalization
  • 3 day: Discharge from the hospital and accommodation in a hotel
  • 5 day: Control consultation
  • 6 day: Transfer to the airport

Radiation therapy in the treatment of stomach cancer abroad

  • Hospitalization: Outpatient
  • Duration of stay abroad: 11-30 days
  • 1 дday: Meeting at the airport, examination, consultation
  • days 2-10/29: Irradiation, daily (except weekends)
  • 11-30 day: Transfer to the airport
Why is it advisable for patients to undergo gastric cancer treatment abroad?

Treatment of stomach cancer abroadTreatment of stomach cancer abroad is a chance to receive effective therapy and be cured of the cancer forever. People from Central Asia, Arab countries, and Eastern Europe prefer stomach cancer treatment abroad for the following reasons:

  • Patients are examined using modern medical equipment. Analyzes are performed according to modern protocols using oncological tests. As a result, a person receives a correct diagnosis with clarification of the type of cancer to be treated.
  • Access to new drugs and the opportunity to participate in experimental medical programs free of charge.
  • Tumor removal by leading oncologists. The opportunity to discuss the situation and make a decision together with doctors about the method of intervention.
  • Get a service that focuses on the physical and moral comfort of patients.

Gastric cancer treatment abroad, according to Experts Medical patients, met their expectations. Conditions in foreign clinics often resemble a good hotel.

What are the benefits of treating stomach cancer abroad?

Choosing to treat stomach cancer abroad gives patients access to advanced methods and a high level of medical care, which also affects the outcome of the disease.

gastric cancer treatment abroadAmong the main priorities:

  • Unlike many countries with limited resources, overseas cancer centers can offer quick access to necessary procedures and medications.
  • Foreign doctors develop personalized treatment plans based on genetic analysis of the tumor.
  • Some foreign hospitals offer patients the opportunity to participate in research on new treatments. 
  • Patients receive full information about their condition, treatment plan, and possible risks, which enables them to make informed decisions.
  • Multidisciplinary teams, including nutritionists, psychotherapists, and social workers, provide comprehensive support to patients and their families.
What diagnostics do I need to undergo for stomach cancer?

gastric cancer diagnosisIn case of suspected stomach cancer, the following diagnostic methods are usually used in foreign clinics:

  • Gastric endoscopy. Visual examination of the inner surface of the organ (mucosa) with an endoscope. This procedure is often complemented by a biopsy for histological analysis of suspicious tissues.
  • Ultrasonography of the abdominal cavity. A study that allows you to assess the condition of the stomach and neighboring organs, as well as the presence of metastases.
  • CT (computed tomography). It is used to assess the stage of the disease and the spread of the tumor.
  • PET-CT (positron emission computed tomography). It helps to detect metastases that are not visible on other types of scans.
  • MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). It is used less often, but can be useful for detailed imaging of tissues.
  • Blood test for tumor markers. Determining the level of specific proteins that may indicate the presence of cancer.
  • Laparoscopy. Minimally invasive surgical examination used to assess the spread of cancer in the abdominal cavity.
  • Genetic testing. The study of DNA mutations that may be associated with gastric cancer is especially relevant for patients with a family history.
  • Chromoendoscopy. The use of special dyes during endoscopy for better visualization of abnormal areas.
  • X-ray with contrast. Sometimes it is used to assess the patency of the gastrointestinal tract and detect obstructions.

Biopsy analysis allows morphologists to determine the type of gastric cancer. This analysis is mostly performed by fine needle aspiration biopsy. As a result, oncologists can select an effective chemotherapy, targeted therapy or immunotherapy for a patient even at advanced stages of the disease.

These diagnostic methods provide a comprehensive approach to detecting and investigating the extent of the cancer process. This is the key to effective treatment of gastric cancer abroad.

Surgical treatment of stomach cancer abroad

Surgery is the main method of fighting gastric cancer. Leading clinics around the world offer various methods of tumor removal. The choice of surgical technique will depend on the stage of cancer, its prevalence, the patient’s general health and other factors. 

removal of a tumor in the stomachThe main methods of surgical treatment of gastric cancer abroad include:

  • Gastrectomy – complete or partial removal of the stomach. It is often used for common forms of cancer.
  • Resection – removal of only the affected part of the stomach with preservation of normal tissue. This operation is performed if the cancer is at an early stage and occupies a small part of the organ.
  • Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive method used in the early stages of the disease. It is preferred because of the lower risk of complications and quick recovery.
  • Robotic surgery – uses robotic systems for more accurate and less traumatic tumor removal. It is especially effective in difficult cases.

Surgical treatment of stomach cancer abroad, according to patient reviews, takes place in modern operating rooms. Doctors select the surgery technique individually, explaining all the advantages of a particular type of intervention.

What complements gastric cancer treatment abroad during surgery?

gastric cancer treatment in foreign clinicsForeign oncologists are ready to revise the tactics at all stages of treatment, depending on the situation. This makes it possible to improve the patient’s condition and make surgery the most effective in the treatment of stomach cancer abroad.

The patient may be offered the following procedures:

  • Chemoradiation before surgery. In some cases, it is used to reduce the size of the tumor.
  • Removal of lymph nodes. During the operation, the nearest lymph nodes are often removed to prevent metastatic process.
  • Combined surgery. In the later stages of gastric cancer, it may be necessary to simultaneously remove some of the other organs to which the tumor has spread.
  • Palliative surgery. This surgery can be aimed at relieving symptoms such as esophageal obstruction. It is used in rare cases.

Additional treatment of stomach cancer abroad at a price may vary depending on the country and clinic. Leave a request on the Experts Medical website to get a consultation with a foreign oncologist and find out the cost of treatment.

Non-surgical treatment of stomach cancer abroad

In modern oncology, a variety of methods are used to treat stomach cancer abroad that go beyond standard chemotherapy. Here are some of them:

  • HIPEC therapy for gastric cancerHIPEC therapy (hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy). This method is a combination of surgery and direct injection of chemotherapeutic drugs into the abdominal cavity. It is used in oncology to destroy microscopic tumor cells after surgery.
  • Immune therapy. It uses the mechanisms of the immune system to fight cancer cells. New drugs such as PD-1 and PD-L1 inhibitors show encouraging results for patients of all ages.
  • Targeted therapy. This method targets specific molecules that promote the growth and proliferation of cancer cells. Tyrosine kinase inhibitors and monoclonal antibodies are used.
  • Nanotechnology. Some foreign clinics are already using nanoparticles to deliver chemotherapy drugs directly to the tumor.
  • Radioembolization. A minimally invasive method in which radioactive microspheres are injected into the blood vessels that feed the tumor, which leads to its reduction or complete destruction.
What innovative gastric cancer treatment abroad will be available to patients in 2023?

innovative treatment for gastric cancerTherapies such as anti-cancer vaccines or nanotechnology treatments are still unavailable in a number of countries. However, for clinics in Germany, Spain, and Israel, these are widely used techniques. 

What was the breakthrough for gastric cancer treatment abroad in 2022-2023? The following medical solutions are now available to foreign patients:

  • Gene therapy. One of the most promising areas in the treatment of gastric cancer abroad. Gene transfer is a new treatment method that leads to the appearance of new genes in cancer cells or surrounding tissue to cause the death of the tumor.
  • Combination therapy. The integration of several treatments to achieve the best effect, especially in advanced cancer or in the presence of multiple metastases.
  • New generation drugs. In 2023, new drugs were introduced that show high efficacy with minimal side effects, although they are still undergoing clinical trials.

These methods are available in leading cancer centers around the world and represent the best treatment options for patients with gastric cancer today. You can find out the prices for the treatment of stomach cancer abroad with innovative methods from an Experts Medical consultant.

Treatment of stomach cancer abroad: patient reviews

gastric cancer treatment abroad reviewsOne of the important selection criteria for clinic patients and doctors is reviews of gastric cancer treatment abroad. People who have received modern therapy and undergone surgical removal of malignant tumors in foreign hospitals share their experiences on the Experts Medical website.

Most often, in their reviews of stomach cancer treatment abroad, patients note

  • prompt organization of research and quick results;
  • comfortable wards that do not look like typical medical facilities;
  • postoperative prognosis for recovery is much higher than expected in hospitals at the place of residence;
  • gastric cancer treatment abroad, according to reviews, is less likely to be accompanied by recurrence of the disease.
Treatment of stomach cancer abroad: prices for diagnostics and procedures

gastric cancer treatment abroad pricesTreatment of stomach cancer in Israel is one of the most popular among foreign patients. The cost of an initial consultation with an oncologist in this country is usually about $400. An absentee second opinion may be slightly cheaper. In leading Israeli clinics, PET-CT costs from $2000 and allows you to scan the entire body for the presence of the smallest metastases.

In Turkish medical centers, diagnostics and consultations for stomach cancer can be cheaper than in Israel. For example, in the Anadolu Clinic, you can get a second opinion from a doctor for $300, and a PET-CT scan will cost the same as in an Israeli hospital.

Among German clinics, patients can choose the most advanced treatment options: innovative therapies that are available only there. For example, the IOZK Immuno-Oncology Center provides patients with unique treatment using patented anti-cancer vaccines. The cost of virotherapy is about €4500.

Among Spanish medical centers, there are also many specialized ones where people undergo effective treatment of oncological pathologies. One of the most famous is the Teknon Clinic in Barcelona. Here, advanced techniques for surgical treatment of stomach cancer abroad are available. An operation on a Da Vinci work can cost about $20,000. This is one of the most gentle ways to remove a tumor with a minimum rehabilitation period.

One of the most budgetary options for treating stomach cancer abroad is India. For example, at the famous Apollo Multidisciplinary Center in New Delhi, you can undergo a course of radiation therapy on a CyberKnife for $2000. An online consultation with an oncologist will cost $200-300.

The coordinating physician will be able to offer you several stomach cancer treatment programs abroad. Leave a request on this page to get a free consultation and choose the option that suits you best.

How to organize stomach cancer treatment abroad?

Treatment of Gastric canser abroadTo get support and full coordination for the treatment of stomach cancer abroad, leave a request to Experts Medical specialists. A doctor will contact you and help you choose a foreign clinic and oncologist for free. 

By phone or in correspondence with the coordinator, you can find out the prices for the treatment of stomach cancer abroad. You will be provided with information on the cost of surgery and therapy (medication and equipment). They will help you with the preparation of medical documents and the purchase of air tickets. You will receive an invitation from a foreign hospital, a reservation for consultations and examinations for specific dates.

Experts Medical will provide you with comprehensive assistance in organizing a trip to the best clinic for the treatment of stomach cancer abroad.

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