Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Institute of Oncology Warsaw

Warsaw, Poland
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Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Institute of Oncology Warsaw
Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Institute of Oncology Warsaw
Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Institute of Oncology Warsaw

About the hospital

Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Institute of Oncology Warsaw was officially opened in 1932 with the participation of the world-famous talented Maria Sklodowska-Curie as the Radium Institute. Currently, it is one of the most important European oncology hospitals, which offers a high level of treatment efficiency in the cooperation of oncologists with narrow specialists.

In 1953, a central cancer registry was created in the medical center, thanks to the forecasts of a rapid increase in morbidity, which contributed to the increase of diagnostic and treatment departments in the structure. Nowadays, the hospital is designed for 726 places, which provides an opportunity to provide inpatient care to more than 86,000 patients and consult outpatients for 400,000 patients annually. In addition, the clinic building is specially equipped for patients with disabilities with great care for a comfortable stay during treatment.

440 highly qualified doctors have been able to treat patients and conduct clinical research at the oncology center of the Institute since 2011. The staff consists of laureates of the prestigious award of the Rosalind Franklin Society in the field of science and the "Doctor of Empathy" plebiscite, winners of Supertalents in Medicine 2022, and top scientists, according to the Research website. The medical staff was also recognized by the ShEO Awards 2021 in the category "Medical Authority" for special attention to educational activities and support of patients during treatment. The OECI-Organization of European Cancer Institutes certificate for 2022 provided opportunities for global cooperation between the most influential centers of modern oncology treatment. Numerous grants for research and cooperation with the center of scientific research made it possible to open access to the most modern and unique treatment of oncological lesions, including stem cell therapy. The hospital also conducts clinical trials with surgical treatment as combined treatment. It is worth noting that the Lymphatic System Cancer Clinic (KNUCH), based at the Institute, is the largest and most successful clinic in Poland in the diagnosis and treatment of neoplasms of the lymphatic system. Also, the center of breast tumor and reconstructive surgery is the most experienced center in Poland in the complex treatment of patients after surgical intervention. COI Genetic Clinic and the center's doctors have the exclusive right to perform together a preventive mastectomy.

Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Institute of Oncology in Warsaw is a world-class first-class institution, gathering a team of leading specialists in the field of not only medicine but also science. The clinic offers highly accurate diagnosis and effective treatment for patients with cancer from the head, heart, and stomach to the most complex structures: the lymphatic and nervous systems. A robust department of molecular technology has evolved into MicroRNA diagnostics for even more targeted treatment. The study of genetically engineered cancer immunotherapy (CAR-T) shows the possibility of obtaining a unique treatment even in the most challenging cases.

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Founded in 1932
490,000 patients
726 beds available
N/A department

Should I choose the center for the polypectomy of the digestive system?

The clinic is a good place to treat gastrointestinal oncology due to its extensive experience in endoscopic mucosal resection and endoscopic submucosal resection. This approach is recognized as one of the progressive methods of polypectomy of medium and large foci.

Is the Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Institute suitable for oncological surgery?

The hospital is suitable for surgery due to its close cooperation with the chemotherapy and radiation therapy department. Also, highly qualified narrow specialists participate in the planning of operations. Surgeons increasingly use minimally invasive endoscopic techniques with a low risk of complications.

What radiation therapy methods does the clinic used to treat sarcoma?

Doctors offer the broadest range of radiological treatments for sarcoma, namely the latest IMRT, IGRT, arc methods (VMAT), SBRT, and radiosurgery (SRS). In addition, radiology is combined with the most complex surgery with large-scale bone and vascular reconstructions and multi-organ operations.

Will I be able to treat cancer of the urinary system in the hospital?

In recent years, the genitourinary cancer department has made significant achievements in the intensive, multidisciplinary combined treatment of patients with germinal testicular tumors. In addition, 3D prostate irradiation and comprehensive cure for penile and bladder are available even for advanced forms.

About the city

Warsaw is the capital and one of the most modern cities in Poland. Unfortunately, Warsaw was destroyed during the Second World War, but in 4 years, the entire historic center was restored with incredible accuracy and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Warsaw's architecture is a mixture of different styles that tell the rich history of Poland and its capital. Palace Square and the Royal Castle, Wilanów Palace and Lazenkowski Park, The Basilica of the Holy Cross, the Cathedral of John the Baptist, the unique museums, and the Copernicus Science Center leave an unforgettable impression on the city. In addition, there are over a hundred theatres, cinemas, museums, and art galleries in the Polish capital. A walk along the streets of the Old and New Towns allows you to take a break from the hustle and bustle of central city life. Impressive streets, squares, and cozy cafes create a unique historical atmosphere. In summer, the squares of the Old and New Towns become stages for musical and theatrical performances and open-air galleries.

Warsaw is the birthplace of the famous musician Frederic Chopin, after whom the city's main airport is named. The city is developing rapidly, so it has many kindergartens, schools, and higher educational institutions. Particular attention is paid to the healthcare system. The town has a large number of public and private medical institutions. For example, Carolina Medical Center Warsaw is one of the leading centers in Europe in the field of orthopedics, traumatology, and neurosurgery. The Union of European Football Associations has chosen the clinic to provide medical care to the participants of EURO 2012, which confirms the high professionalism of the doctors.

Warsaw is a dynamic European metropolis characterized by the hospitality of its inhabitants, the Vistula River, and exceptional culinary delights. Numerous traditional cafes, typical of the architect, the magnificent Vistula embankment, and tall skyscrapers - give the city its uniqueness and charm. The Polish capital is a city travelers discover again and again with each subsequent visit.

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