The Rubio Cancer Center gets inquiries from people all over the world who want to know more about our cutting-edge and immunologic treatments. This section includes the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
Yes, the Rubio Cancer Center is a gated and private hospital where each patient has a personal room. It has 24/7 doctor and nurse support, dining facilities, a community room, and a pool. Learn more about the center by reading about our amenities.
The Rubio Cancer Center has five doctors on staff as well as an array of medical professionals and researchers who specialize in cancer immunologic treatments, stimulation of hematopoyetics cells and biopsies. Minor surgeries are performed only when absolutely necessary.
As with any cancer treatment, success is higher for patients in the early stages of cancer. The rate of success also depends on the type of cancer and the patient’s attitude towards cancer. The Rubio Cancer Center is proud to have high rates of cancer remission for different types of cancer, including breast cancer, lymphoma, lung cancer and brain cancer.
The duration of the stay can depend on several factors, including the type of cancer and the health of the patient. But overall, patients can expect to remain at the hospital for 3 to 4 weeks.
Yes, each private room can accommodate up to three adults, so patients can bring two additional friends or family members.
About 90% of treatments and services are done at the center. Some diagnostics tests are performed at nearby medical facilities, including CAT scans, radiation scans, and x-rays. The hospital is gated and patients have everything they need inside the hospital. If you didn’t see your question answered here or if you would like to find out more about our services don’t hesitate to call us at 1 (866) 519-9960 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.