Intestinal Cancer Price
  • USD 6,000
No. of Travellers
  • 2
Days in Hospital
  • 8
Days Outside Hospital
  • 14
Total Days in India
  • 22


The intestine is an essential part of your digestive system responsible for maintaining the overall health and energy in your body. It also connects to the excretory system for the removal of the waste material.

Any obstruction or health disorders in the intestine can destroy the complete energy source of the body, as one cannot take proper diet.

One of the most common diseases that affect the intestine in the human body is the growth of abnormal cells, affecting its overall function. In standard terms, it is known as Intestine Cancer.

Intestinal Cancer Cost In India

The starting cost of intestine cancer treatment in India is USD 6,000. The price is almost one-third of the overall cost of treatment in the US or any other developed countries across the world.

However, the treatment price in India may vary depending upon certain factors:

  • Choice of oncologist
  • Selection of hospital for treatment
  • Type of intestine cancer
  • The area under the effect of tumour
  • The procedure used for treatment
  • Tests and Diagnosis cost
  • Cost of rehabilitation
  • Follow-up
  • Medication and
  • Miscellaneous.

Treatment Specifications

What is Intestine Cancer?

Intestinal Cancer refers to the development of cancer in the lower or colon part of the digestive system. You can see to it as the growth of abnormal cells in the small intestine or the region that connects the stomach and the large intestine. This is one of the rarest forms of cancer. It may be caused as a consequence of eating high-fat foods, Celiac Disease, Crohn's Disease, Colonic Polyps and other digestive issues. The diseases lead to multiplication of malignant cells in the tissues of the digestive system. To avoid intestinal cancer, the patient must follow a healthy lifestyle and always keep an eye on their diet.

Who is an Eligible Candidate for the Treatment of Intestinal Cancer?

Intestinal Cancer generally reflects some of the specific signs and symptoms in the sufferer. Anyone who bears the following symptoms must immediately visit the doctor. Extreme Abdominal Pain Cramps in the abdomen Blood in stool Lump in the lower abdomen Loss in weight without trying Inadequate appetite Inability to intake proper diet etc. Apart from that, any of the patient suffering from five types of Intestinal cancer must visit the oncologist at the earliest. Types of Intestinal Cancer: Adenocarcinoma: It is one of the most common types of cancer in the small intestine that generates in the epithelial cells in the small intestine. Most of the tumours grow in the part that connects to the stomach. If it is not treated in the early stages, it blocks the intestine. Sarcoma: The origin of this type of cancer is in the smooth muscles of the small intestine. It starts developing bear the large intestine. Carcinoid Tumours It refers to the slow-growing tumour that often results in cancer. It may originate from one part of the body and slowly start spreading to others. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumour: These are the most common type of tumour affecting the GI tract. It may either be malignant or benign. It affects the stomach and small intestine most of the times. Lymphoma: It generally develops in the lymph nodes of the immune system of the body, affecting the overall health. The Treatment Procedure for Intestinal Cancer: Like there are different types of Intestinal Cancer, the treatment procedure is also different. The oncologist first performs various tests and diagnosis on the patient to know about the condition of the patient and the exact area under the effect of cancer. Also, it is essential to know the type of disorder or cancer that affect your intestine to decide on the proceedings of the treatment. Tests and Diagnosis Include: Physical Examination and Tests: To know the overall health of the patient Blood Tests: To understand the concentration of certain elements in your blood, check your blood group and other vital things in your blood samples to check for the health disorders. Endoscopy: To look inside the intestine to locate the area affected by cancer. Biopsy: The removal of cells and tissues from the intestine to view under a microscope and detect the signs of cancer. Laparotomy: Tests performed to check the lymph nodes if they are affected by cancer. CT Scan: Imaging tests to get detailed pictures of different organs of the body for the study and decide on the treatment process. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Use of magnetic resonance imaging and radio waves to analyse the pictures of the body on a computer or video screen. Once the diagnosis is complete; based on the reports, the oncologists decide on the procedure of treatment. Different types of treatment options for Intestine Cancer are: Surgery: It is one of the most common types of treatment for small intestine cancer. There are two different types of operations: they are: Resection: It refers to the removal of part of an organ that is affected by cancer. The oncologists perform surgery on small intestine as well as nearby areas if cancer has spread considerably. Bypass: The area that blocks the part of the small intestine is bypassed by the surgical process to allow the passage of food. This procedure is used when it is not possible to remove the tumour. If the patient is not fit for surgical treatment, the surgeons opt for nonsurgical ways to remove cancer from the intestine. Radiation Therapy: In this method, the oncologists make use of X-Rays or other radiation methods to get rid of cancer cells. It can be done in two different ways: Internal Radiation Therapy: The surgeon makes use of the radioactive substance sealed on surgical instruments and is directly placed on the tumour cells in the intestine to get rid of it completely. External Radiation Therapy: In this method, oncologists make use of a machine to send radiation in the body. Chemotherapy: Chemotherapy refers to the use of medications to stop the growth of cancer cells and also to kill the existing tumour. It stops the cancer cells from dividing and multiplying. It is possible to introduce the medicines in the body either orally or injecting it into a vein and muscles. The chemotherapy can be done locally, regionally or systematically throughout the body depending upon the area affected and spread of cancer. It is possible to treat the intestine cancer either by using a single method or using a combination of two or more processes. After the Intestine Cancer Treatment: The patient has to stay in the hospital for 6 to 8 days after the treatment. Here the complete medical team keeps a check on the condition of the patient to know if the surgery was successful. The treatment of cancer is not a matter of a few hours or a day. The doctor may perform chemotherapy and radiation therapy on the patient several times periodically if they cannot eliminate cancer in the first round of treatment. The patient has to take medicines on time and visit the doctor periodically to avoid risks and complications. Complications After Intestine Cancer Treatment: Some of the common complications after the treatment can be: Infection and bleeding, in case of surgery Loss of hair Considerable damage in weight without any trials Inability to eat Digestive issues Failure to get rid of abnormal cells, in spite of trying all the methods of treatment Failure to stop cancer from spreading to different parts of the body If you are diagnosed with intestine cancer, you can plan to visit India to avail the best quality successful treatment at an affordable cost. Here, if you have any doubts regarding the hospital or surgeon, you can approach Denesa Health, the top medical tourism companies in India to get the right assistance. They can even help you in getting the medical visa and making all the arrangements for the treatment.

Frequently Asked Question About Intestinal Cancer

What is the survival rate after intestinal cancer treatment in India?

The survival rate for the patients who have intestinal cancer is approximately 5 years after the treatment in India. It may be even higher if the patient follows the recovery care and precautions suggested by the doctor at the time of discharge.

Is intestinal cancer and colon cancer same?

Intestinal cancer refers to the growth of abnormal cells in the tissues of the small and large intestine. Yes, colon cancer, bowel cancer, and colorectal cancer are other names to intestinal cancers.

What is the cost of intestinal cancer in India?

The cost of intestinal cancer in India is approximately 6,000 dollars. There may be a variation of 10 to 15% in the price, depending on the medical condition of the patient.

Which is the best hospital for treatment of intestinal cancer in India?

Medanta- The Medicity is one of the top hospitals in India, providing treatment for intestinal cancer for a decade now. It is a home for the best surgeons, world-class infrastructure and latest equipment, serving with desired results of the surgery without complication.

Who is the best doctor for intestinal cancer in India?

Dr Ashok Kumar Vaid in Medanta- The Medicity is a highly experienced doctor providing effective solutions for intestinal cancer treatment.

Top Hospitals for Intestinal Cancer

Medanta The Medicity , Gurgaon

Medanta The Medcity situated in the heart of the one of the most modernised and developed city of Gurugram in India. The hospital was inaugurated in the year 2009 by one of the most famous cardiac surgeons Dr Naresh Trehan, who had been practising...

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  • Locacton : Gurgaon , India
  • Established In : 2009
  • Speciality : Multi Speciality

Artemis Hospital, Gurugram , Gurgaon

Artemis and Agrim Institute of Neurosciences was developed in the year 2007. It is the first hospital in India accredited with JCI and NABH. Apart from the cutting edge clinical treatments, Artemis is also involved in advanced healthcare research....

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  • Locacton : Gurgaon , India
  • Established In : 2007
  • Speciality : Multi Speciality

Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram , Gurgaon

Fortis came into existence since 1996 and has been known for its excellence in healthcare early since its inception. It is a multi-speciality hospital that offers its services in India as well as abroad with specialisation in more than 55 medical...

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  • Locacton : Gurgaon , India
  • Established In : 1996
  • Speciality : Multi Speciality

Top Doctors for Intestinal Cancer

Dr Rahul Bhargava,Gurugram, Gurgaon

  • MD (Medicine), DM (Clinical Haematology) AIIMS, Fellowship in Bone Marrow Transplant (Canada).
  • Fellow, Department of Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant. Vancouver General Hospital, British Columbia. May 2009 to Jun 2010.[Read more]
    • Designation : Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant
    • Qualifications: MD
    • Speciality: Bone-Marrow Transplant,Haematology

  • Hospital :Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram
  • Location :, Gurgaon, Haryana

Dr. Durgatosh Pandey, Gurugram, Gurgaon

  • Specialist Senior Registrar (GI Surgical Oncology): Equivalent to Lecturer at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, 1 June 2004 - 31 Aug 2005.
  • He is Surgical Fellow, Hepatobiliary Surgery & Liver Transplantation, 2006-07 (Singapor...

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    • Designation : Surgical Oncologist
    • Qualifications: MBBS,MCH
    • Speciality: Oncology

  • Hospital :Artemis Hospital, Gurugram
  • Location :, Gurgaon, Haryana