Glioblastoma treatment in Austria

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Oct 19, 2018
The patient was treated of ovarian cancer
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what is relevant is that without bookimed help I will not reach the clinic and the specialized doctor for an opinion (the name of specialized doctor being recommended by Bookimed. from this perspective, I thank you a lot for your support and help in order to get rapid access to information and support and respectively to solution for my future treatment. thank you.

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Jun 18, 2018
The patient was treated of pancreatic cancer
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I was not in the hospital. I asked just a second opinion. I was very disappointed, because I was working a lot to translate all the documentation into English, and finally I was discussing with doctor only 10 minutes, and the level of the discussion was very poor. Practically I did not get anything for 400 EUR.

Reply from Professor Johaness Drach:
Second opinion is given on the basis of a thorough analyses of provided medical reports. The procedure lasts as long until all questions of the patient have been clarified. If necessary specialists of other disciplines are also involved. The patient always receive a written statement.

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How much does glioblastoma treatment cost in Austria?

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Doctors calculate the cost of glioblastoma treatment individually for each patient. The price depends on the disease type, complications (if any), hospital's reputation, and doctor's experience. You may get the final glioblastoma treatment cost in Austria only after complete diagnostics and consultation with a doctor.

4 clinics are represented in the ranking. According to their data, the approximate glioblastoma treatment cost in Austria is:

  • The average cost of the consultation is $250.
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Stephanie Oct 13, 2019
The patient underwent thighs liposuction
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I don’t have a single fault for my visit. My translator was lovely and attentive and I was able to contact him before, during and after my visit with any question. The medical staff and nurses were very kind and the doctor very professional. I am extremely happy and would highly recommend anyone to try them. Bookimed were brilliant. They organised everything for me and checked on me after my treatment.

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Aizhan Oct 12, 2019
The patient was treated in this clinic
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Rude staff. And the trip turned out to be in vain. So much time, effort and money was spent. Documents were preliminarily sent, and extracts available at that time, treatment passed, etc. They invited me to the examination and obtain a preliminary treatment plan, although it was clear to the provided procurers that treatment was impossible. They did the same thing that they had sent earlier, shrugged their hands and said Excuse me, we can’t help ...

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No Oct 11, 2019
The patient was treated of uterine fibroids
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previously said one price for the procedure then on arrival they raised it twice Service bookimed satisfied

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Talgat Oct 10, 2019
The patient underwent fue hair transplant
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They didn’t warn in advance about the unnecessary shaving. Because of this, there was not enough follicle for transplantation.

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Olga Oct 9, 2019
The patient was treated of epilepsy
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Professor Russi advised in Kiev. Have been seen with a child who has a rare form of genetic epilepsy. The professor asked in detail about the debut of seizures, the state of affairs to date. Fresh EEG and MRI were presented for consultation. Also indicated is the drug regimen at this stage. The professor spoke in detail about the process of our disease and suggested introducing an additional drug, which is prescribed in Europe specifically for our syndrome. Many thanks to Dr. Russi for the comprehensive consultation.

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