About Us

Prof. Dr. Berrin Pehlivan graduated from Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine… Motivated by the cancer cases she frequently encountered in her family and surroundings, Pehlivan turned to the field of Oncology and made observations in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Boston University where she spent her internship period. After completing his specialization training in Radiation Oncology at Hacettepe University, he stayed abroad for a long time.




Symptoms of cancer can vary depending on its location and spread. The most common symptoms include unexplained weakness, fatigue, weight loss, palpable lumps, pain, fever, cough or bleeding. Sometimes even itching can be a sign of cancer; any unexplained symptoms that do not go away should be referred to a doctor. Increasing our physical and mental awareness and perception will help us to detect symptoms earlier.

We usually diagnose cancer with a biopsy of the suspicious area. However, in cases where a biopsy cannot be taken or to determine where to take a biopsy, blood tests and imaging methods (computed tomography (CT), MRI and PET-CT) may need to be performed before the biopsy. Based on the results of these tests, specialists determine the type and stage of cancer and formulate an appropriate treatment plan.



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