The Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Hospital welcomed its first 50 outpatients on 22 December, 2014. The hospital is offering more advanced radiotherapy with two machines commissioned from the Leeds Spencer Centre, where they were introduced in 2013. The machines enable more precise radiotherapy and stronger doses reducing the length and frequency of sessions.
The hospital has taken the oncology department from Sir Paul Boffa Hospital where it was unable to expand further. The type of chemotherapy provided here is now more advanced. A new MRI machine will help reduce waiting lists and palliative care beds were also increased from the number available at Sir Paul Boffa Hospital
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