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Treatment of uterine cancer in Israel

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The best oncologists for the treatment of uterine cancer in Israel

Work experience: over 25 years

Professor Tamar Safra is an oncologist, specialist in radiotherapy, head of the gynecological oncology service of the Sourasky State Medical Center (Ichilov). She also runs a private practice at the Assuta Clinic.


  • leiomyosarcoma of the uterus;
  • breast cancer;
  • bladder cancer;
  • Paget’s cancer;
  • spleen cancer;
  • cervical cancer;
  • ovarian cancer;
  • triple negative breast cancer;
  • endometrial cancer.

She takes part in international studies to increase the effectiveness of chemotherapy and reduce its side effects.

She is the author of more than 70 scientific papers published in international journals.

Membership in professional organizations:

  • American Association of Clinical Oncology;
  • Breast Cancer Treatment Group;
  • European Association of Gynecological Oncology;
  • Israeli Association of Clinical Oncology and Radiation Therapy;
  • Israeli Association of Gynecological Oncology;
  • Israeli Medical Association.
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Work experience: over 45 years

Professor Moshe Inbar is a highly professional Israeli oncologist.

Specialization: liver cancer, genitourinary cancer, carcinoma, heart cancer, larynx cancer, stomach cancer, adenocarcinoma, intestinal cancer, breast cancer, squamous cell cancer, etc.

Moshe Inbar graduated from the medical faculty of the Hebrew State University in Jerusalem. Dr. Inbar improved his qualifications in well-known medical institutions: the Institute of Immune Genetics at the Paul Briusse Hospital (France), the Anderson Medical Center in Houston (USA). cancer center named after Sloan-Kettering in New York, (USA). Moshe Inbar completed his radiation therapy residency at the British clinic – Royal Marsden Hospital.

While engaged in scientific and teaching activities at Tel Aviv State University, Moshe Inbar received the title of professor of oncology. At the moment, he continues training future doctors.

Membership in medical associations:

  • Israel Society of Clinical Oncology and Radiotherapy
  • Israel Medical Association – President (Past)
  • American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
  • European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO)
  • European Society of Amalology (EUSOMA)
  • European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC)
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Prof. Dan Grisaro
Gynecologist, oncologist
Work experience: over 30 years

Professor Dan Grisaro is Israel’s leading specialist in the diagnosis and treatment of oncogynecological diseases (ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, cervical cancer).

Conducts research to identify the causes of cervical cancer, as well as analysis of inguinal lymph nodes for the diagnosis of ovarian cancer to study early markers and determine targeted therapy.


  • Tel Aviv State University, Professor of the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics;
  • University of Toronto (Canada), specialization in oncological gynecology;
  • Jerusalem State University, Faculty of Medicine.

Academic experience:

  • Since 2011, he has been a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University;
  • Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Tel Aviv State University.

Scientific activity and publications:

Professor Dan Grisaro has given 39 presentations at scientific conferences and is the author of 83 published scientific articles in various professional journals.

Member of medical societies:

  • Israeli Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists;
  • Israeli Association of Oncologists-Gynecologists;
  • American Association of Gynecological Oncologists;
  • Canadian Association of Gynecological Oncologists.
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Prof. Mordechai (Moti) Goldenberg
Work experience: over 30 years

Mordechai Goldenberg is a specialist in laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, endometriosis treatment and endoscopy.

Winner of the first prize “Golden hysteroscope” of the international congress of endoscopic gynecology in 1998 and 2000.

Education and experience:

  • He received his Bachelor of Medicine degree from Ben Gurion University, Israel;
  • Completed an internship at the Shiba Medical Center;
  • Completed specialization and courses in the USA and France.
  • Professor of Tel Aviv University;
  • Director of the National School of Endoscopic Surgery;
    Head of the gynecology department at Assuta Medical Center.

Author of more than 100 scientific works.

Membership in international organizations:

  • European Society of Endoscopy;
  • American Society of Endoscopy;
  • Israeli Society of gynecologists-endoscopists.
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Patient reviews about Treatment of uterine cancer in Israel
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Diagnosis: uterine cancer

In a hospital in my city, doctors suggested removing the uterine cancer along with the organ. In Israel, Dr. Dan Grisaro performed a sparing operation, removed the tumor, leaving the uterus. I hope the illness doesn’t come back.

Diagnosis: uterine cancer

I was treated for endometrial cancer in Russia for a long time, the doctors said that I had a late stage and refused to operate. So I went to the Israeli clinic Assuta. After the examination, the specialists performed a minimally invasive operation to remove the uterus. It was successful, I did not notice any complications, so I am very pleased with the result. In parallel, I underwent a course of radiation treatment, I was told that this would improve the prognosis. Hope the disease doesn’t come back. And if it comes back, now I know where to go for treatment.

Diagnosis: uterine cancer

Doctors in my city gave me a disappointing diagnosis – cervical cancer. They offered me a complete removal of the organ, but this option did not suit me – I wanted to give birth to a second child. Therefore, I read reviews on the Internet and decided to contact the Israeli Sheba clinic. The doctors of this hospital told me that it is possible to try to cure the disease without removing the organ. They prescribed me chemotherapy, local radiation treatment, hormones. And after a while the tumor disappeared. Thanks to Dr. Tamar for saving me the opportunity to give birth, I am very grateful to her for this.

Diagnosis: uterine cancer

Many thanks to the doctor Amit Amnon for a well-performed operation and attentive attitude. The doctor supported me and gave me hope for recovery.

Diagnosis: uterine cancer

It’s good that telemedicine is available. I was interested in the question of PD-1 blockers, which reduce the tumor. Dr. Grisaro said that in my case, we can try.

Diagnosis: uterine cancer

For almost half a year I have been taking targeted drugs that Irina Stefansky recommended to me. I feel much better than during chemo. I liked the fact that the drugs were selected specifically for me, the dosage is adjusted during the course of treatment.

Diagnosis: uterine cancer

I’ve had a lot of trouble with myoma. I had to quit my job, I was constantly on hormonal drugs, because I was afraid to have an operation. But it turned out, not everything is so scary. In Assuta, my uterus was removed through the vagina, the intervention is minimally traumatic.

Diagnosis: uterine cancer

I asked for help when I already had 3 stages of uterine cancer. The tumor has already spread to the vagina and appendages. I did not want to save the uterus, the desire was – to survive! Thanks to Dr. Grisaro, I am alive. He removed the tumor, and then prescribed a course of radiation, and with the help of a linear accelerator, which irradiates more accurately.

Diagnosis: uterine cancer

The diagnosis of uterine cancer, which I learned already in Israel, was a shock to me. I could only trust Dr. Dan Grisaro, who heads the gynecological oncology department at the Ichilov Medical Center. He has golden hands. A tumor measuring 10 * 13 cm was removed through several punctures in the abdomen. He saved my uterus. There were no complications after the operation. Feeling good.

Diagnosis: uterine cancer

On the third day after contacting the Ichilov (Sourasky) clinic, a laparoscopic hysterectomy was performed. 3 weeks after the operation, there was a small scar and two punctures on the abdomen. They are almost invisible.

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Uterine cancer treatment programs in Israel

Chemotherapy for uterine cancer treatment in Israel

  • Hospitalization: 3 days
  • Duration of stay in Israel: 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 uterine cancer in Israel

  • Hospitalization: 1 day
  • Duration of stay in Israel: 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 uterine cancer in Israel

  • Hospitalization: Outpatient
  • Duration of stay in Israel: 11-30 days
  • 1 day: Meeting at the airport, examination, consultation
  • days 2-10/29: Irradiation, daily (except weekends)
  • 11-30 day: Transfer to the airport
Treatment of uterine cancer in Israel: what are the modern methods of diagnosis and therapy?

Treatment of uterine cancer in Israel

Treatment of uterine cancer in Israel is one of the most effective thanks to modern methods of examining patients, therapy, and the experience of doctors. Oncologists at Israeli clinics use advanced chemotherapy drugs, the latest generation of radiation therapy equipment, and innovative hormonal and immunotherapy.

Foreign patients often choose Israeli hospitals for cancer diagnosis, surgery and treatment. Among the main advantages of uterine cancer treatment in Israel:

  • Prompt organization of treatment (3-4 days). This is achievable because Israeli hospital departments quickly receive requests and medical documents from Experts Medical coordinators. Most patients from Eastern Europe and Central Asia do not require a visa.
  • Accurate diagnosis of diseases. Large medical centers and laboratories in Israel are equipped with modern diagnostic devices, which are updated every 2-3 years. Technical support from manufacturing companies guarantees the absence of operation failures.
  • Experienced oncologists with a worldwide reputation. Many highly specialized doctors in Israel who see foreign patients have 15-20 years of practical experience. They undergo training and improve their qualifications in the best medical institutions in the USA and Western Europe. They are members of American and international oncology associations. This allows doctors to exchange experience with foreign colleagues and improve the treatment of uterine cancer in Israel.
  • Access to innovative cancer treatment. This gives hope for recovery to patients even with severe forms of cancer. New drugs are being tested in research centers. After they pass the control of the Israeli Ministry of Health, these drugs become available to patients in local hospitals. After a while, doctors in other countries begin to use them.

Patients need to know! According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cervical cancer is one of those types of cancer that responds well to treatment. Provided that it is detected at an early stage and treated properly. Uterine cancer detected in advanced stages can also be kept under control through innovative treatment and palliative care.

How is uterine cancer diagnosed in Israeli clinics?

Diagnosis of uterine cancer

To accurately diagnose uterine cancer, the following methods are used:

  • colposcopy – visual examination of the cervix and vagina using a special instrument – a colposcope;
  • a biopsy is a procedure in which the doctor takes a sample of suspicious tissue for further analysis;
  • Ultrasound is a technique that uses ultrasound waves to create images of internal organs;
  • 3 Tesla MRI is a technique that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of internal structures;
  • PET-CT is a study that uses radioactive substances to visualize internal organs to detect tiny metastases up to 2 mm.

For laboratory tests, patients undergo blood and urine tests. If necessary, doctors can prescribe a test for tumor markers. This helps to select treatment options for each case of uterine cancer more accurately.

Is there non-surgical treatment for cervical cancer in Israel?

Treatment of uterine cancer in Israel

Often, patients who find out about their diagnosis in the hospital at their place of residence come to Israeli clinics. To conduct additional examinations and effective treatment, they turn to Israeli specialists. The main reason why patients choose cervical cancer treatment in Israel is access to modern medical technologies.

The treatment method for cervical cancer in Israel is personalized and depends on the type and degree of the tumor process. In the earliest stages of the disease, surgery or a combination of radiation and chemotherapy may be used. In more advanced stages, the main treatment usually combines radiation and chemotherapy.

Key treatment methods for cervical cancer in Israel:

  • Chemotherapy is the administration of drugs that have a detrimental effect on cancer cells. What distinguishes Israeli chemotherapy is that only high-quality medicines of the latest generations are used for patients. They do not cause severe side effects. Chemotherapy, as the only treatment method, is used for advanced cervical cancer.
  • Photodynamic therapy is a nanotechnological method for treating malignant tumors. Therapy involves the use of light-sensitive drugs that accumulate in tumor tissues. Then, under the influence of laser light, cancer cells are destroyed. The advantages of the procedure are non-invasiveness and the absence of damage to the skin.
  • Radiation therapy is the effect on a tumor using ionizing radiation. In clinics, radiation therapy is carried out using the latest generation TrueBeam installations, which have increased radiation accuracy and safety.
  • Targeted therapy – special drugs target proteins in cancer cells that promote their growth and metastasis. Targeted drugs destroy or slow the growth of tumors in the uterus. Some targeted therapy drugs, such as monoclonal antibodies, have multiple effects on cancer and may also be considered immunotherapy because they boost the patient’s immune system.
  • Immunotherapy is the use of drugs to boost a person’s own immune system to recognize and destroy cancer cells more effectively. Immunotherapy drugs usually target specific proteins that enhance the immune response.

The effectiveness of treatment for cervical cancer in Israel reaches 97% with early detection of the disease. Preference is given to gentle techniques that allow maximum preservation of the uterus and its functionality.

Patients who come to Israel for treatment receive a preliminary consultation with an oncologist and together with him choose treatment methods.


How is surgical treatment of uterine cancer performed in Israel using modern technologies?

Advanced surgical techniques provide various surgical options that are available to foreign patients for the effective treatment of uterine cancer in Israel.

To treat precancerous conditions of the cervix, one of two types of procedures is used:

  • Ablation – destroys the affected cervical tissue with cold temperatures or laser;
  • Conization is an excisional surgery in which the doctor cuts out and removes an area of pathological tissue.

Cryosurgery for uterine cancerCryosurgery

This is a type of ablation in which the doctor inserts a metal medical device into the cervix. By directly affecting the area with the tumor, it is frozen.

Cryosurgery is often used to treat cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN). The procedure can be performed in a clinic without hospitalization.

Laser ablation

The doctor uses a medical device to direct a focused laser beam through the vagina to vaporize abnormal cells. The procedure may be performed in a doctor’s office under local anesthesia or in an operating room under general anesthesia.


This is a type of radiation therapy in which the source of radiation is in direct contact with the tumor. Vaginal brachytherapy is often used to help prevent the recurrence of endometrial cancer in the upper part of the vagina after hysterectomy. The principle of the method is that an applicator containing radioactive material is inserted into the vagina.


The doctor removes a cone-shaped piece of abnormal tissue from the cervix. This tissue, removed in the cone, includes the area where cervical cancer often develops. Cone biopsy is used not only to diagnose precancerous conditions but also It can also be used as a treatment, as it can sometimes wholly remove early cancers. The procedure can be carried out in different ways:

  • using a surgical blade (cold knife cone biopsy);
  • using a laser beam (laser conization);
  • using a thin wire heated with electricity (loop electrosurgical excision procedure, LEEP or LEETZ).
What is surgery for invasive cervical cancer?


In modern medicine, doctors perform the following two main operations to treat invasive cervical cancer:

  • Hysterectomy (simple or radical)
  • Trachelectomy.

Depending on the patient’s condition and her desire to become pregnant and have a child, doctors decide on the method of removing the cancerous tumor. The choice of technique is also influenced by the aggressiveness of the cancer and the degree of its spread throughout the body.

Simple hysterectomy

In a simple hysterectomy, the doctor removes the uterus (both the uterine body and the cervix) but not the structures adjacent to the organ (the parametrium and uterosacral ligaments). The vagina and pelvic lymph nodes are not removed. The ovaries are usually retained unless there is another reason to remove them.

Such treatment in Israel is most often carried out laparoscopically or with the help of a robotic assistant. This minimizes trauma to surrounding tissues. As a rule, hospitalization lasts no more than 2 days.

Radical hysterectomy

During the operation, the surgeon removes the uterus along with the tissues next to it (parametrium and uterosacral ligaments), the cervix and the upper part (about 2-3 cm) of the vagina next to the organ. The ovaries are not removed unless there is another medical reason. A radical hysterectomy removes more tissue than a simple hysterectomy, so your hospital stay may be more extended. At this time, some nearby lymph nodes will be removed and checked for cancer.

This procedure is usually performed through an incision in the abdomen (open surgery). This sometimes involves removing some of the pelvic lymph nodes (lymph node dissection).

Radical hysterectomy can also be performed using laparoscopy or robotic assist. In this case, the patient takes into account the cost of treatment for cervical cancer in Israel and, together with the doctor, makes the final choice of the surgical method.


Trachelectomy surgery allows women to undergo treatment without losing their ability to have children. The intervention is carried out either through the vagina or through the abdominal cavity, sometimes using laparoscopy.

During this procedure, the doctor removes the cervix and the upper part of the vagina but not the body of the uterus itself. The surgeon then places a permanent “purse string” suture into the uterine cavity to close the opening of the organ, as the cervix normally does.

Nearby lymph nodes are also removed using a laparoscope.

After a trachelectomy, some women are able to carry their pregnancy to term and give birth to a healthy baby by cesarean section. However, women who have this surgery may have a higher risk of miscarriage.

Pelvic exenteration

This operation is performed in special cases when cervical cancer recurs. The surgeon removes all the same organs and tissues as in a radical hysterectomy with pelvic lymph node dissection. In addition, the bladder, vagina, rectum and part of the colon are also removed, depending on where the cancer has spread.

Lymph node mapping

This is a procedure in which the surgeon removes only those lymph nodes where the cancer first appeared. To do this, the doctor injects a radioactive substance or a special dye into the cervix at the beginning of the operation. Lymphatic vessels will carry these substances along the same path as cancer. The first lymph node) that receives the dye or radioactive substance will be the sentinel node. Removing only one or a few lymph nodes reduces the risk of side effects from surgery, such as leg swelling (lymphedema).

Sentinel lymph node mapping may be considered in some cases for the treatment of stage I cervical cancer. It is best used for tumors smaller than 2 cm.


What is the cost of cervical cancer treatment in Israel?

How much does uterine cancer treatment cost in Israel

The exact price for all medical services will depend on the volume of procedures, including diagnostics. To select the most appropriate treatment option, Israeli oncologists may perform additional tests, which will affect the overall cost of cervical cancer treatment in Israel.

For example, FoundationOne Heme is available in Israeli hospitals. This is a special tumor test to check for genetic mutations. The study allows us to determine which targeted or immunotherapy drug will be appropriate in each specific case.

Examples of prices for medical procedures in Israeli clinics:

  • MRI – from $800;
  • removal of a cervical tumor – about $13,000;
  • chemotherapy – from $6000.

To find out more about the cost of surgical treatment or prices for cancer immunotherapy drugs, leave a request on the Experts Medical website.

Treatment of cervical cancer in Israel: where can you read patient reviews?

On the Experts Medical website, you can find descriptions of clinics. Here, you can leave a request for the medical institution you like and read real reviews about cervical treatment in Israel.

Experts Medical cooperates only with trusted and accredited medical centers, so you can contact those doctors who have the best success in treating cervical cancer in Israel, which is supported by reviews from our patients.

Among the most popular clinics for foreign patients for the treatment of malignant neoplasms in the uterus are Herzliya MC, Beilinson, and Assuta. All modern medical technologies that are available for treatment to women from other countries are presented here.

For detailed information and assistance in organizing your trip, contact Experts Medical consultants for free assistance. You will be able to go to Israel for treatment of uterine cancer in the shortest possible time and without unnecessary overpayments.

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