Dr. Doured Daghistani, Pediatric Oncology with Miami Cancer Institute, affirms in cases of bone cancer, if physicians compress treatment and give it more aggressively, it works better and now adults are using it. Dr. Daghistani says he is excited about genomic and genetic study. He also states, one day, he hopes there will be no child dying of cancer.
30 years ago the cancer treatment was totally different from nowadays, says Dr. Doured Daghistani, Pediatric Oncology with Miami Cancer Institute. Actually treatments are more precise, have better results, have less toxicity and are custom-made, he explains. He affirms the immune therapy and custom-made treatment are the future.
The most common cancer in pediatrics is acute leukemia, says Dr. Doured Daghistani, Medical Director, Pediatric Oncology with Miami Cancer Institute, who adds the survival rate of this condition is above 90%. The specialist affirms everybody at home is going to get affected when a child has a cancer. The disease has emotional, psychological and financial impacts.