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Embrace a path to healing with Manaaki's tailored colorectal cancer care. Combining expert knowledge with compassionate support, we guide you through every step, from precise diagnosis to advanced treatment, across India's leading medical facilities.

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Colorectal cancer Treatment

Colorectal cancer forms when the DNA in cells in the colon or rectum develop mutations that may make them unable to control growth and division. In many cases, these mutated cells die or are attacked by the immune system. But some mutated cells may escape the immune system and grow out of control, forming a tumor in the colon or rectum.

The exact cause of colorectal cancer is not known, but certain risk factors are strongly linked to the disease, including diet, tobacco smoking and heavy alcohol use. Also, people with certain hereditary cancer syndromes or a family history of colorectal cancer have a high risk of developing the disease.

Cost for Treatment

Cost effectiveness is the main concern of all the medical tourists that are flying abroad for medical treatment. We at Manaaki, keep the process transparent and authentic. No adulteration in costs, treatment, commission. India is well known for it’s international standards, no language barrier, personalized attention, safe surgery and seamless travel opportunities. The approximate cost of Cancer Treatment would range between USD 3000 to USD 10000 per cycle depending on current condition of the patient.

Recovery Timeline

Traditional surgery results in an average hospital stay of a week or more and usually 6 weeks of recovery.

Treatment Options: 

We offer colorectal cancer program that gives surgery, chemotherapy, immunotherapy and a number of other treatment options. Which would be appropriate for you depends on several factors, including the stage and extent of your disease. Your multidisciplinary team of colorectal cancer experts will answer your questions and recommend treatment options based on your unique diagnosis and needs.

Surgery is the most common colorectal cancer treatment. Surgery for colorectal cancer may involve removing tumors, removing the affected section of the colon, reattaching healthy ends of the intestines and removing nearby lymph nodes. In rare cases, the entire colon may need to be removed. Patients may receive chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy before and/or after surgery for colorectal cancer.


Drugs known as checkpoint inhibitors may be used to treat advanced colorectal cancer that have specific genomic features. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved certain checkpoint inhibitors to treat patients with inoperable metastatic tumors with microsatellite instability-high (MSI-H) or mismatch repair deficiency (dMMR) genetic features, regardless of where the tumor is located. MSI-H is often found in colorectal tumors, especially in patients with Lynch syndrome, a genetic condition that elevates the risk of colorectal cancer.


Chemotherapy drugs are designed to destroy cancer cells or impede their ability to grow and reproduce. Chemotherapy may not be necessary for patients with stage I or stage II colorectal cancer, but it is a common treatment option for patients with stage III or stage IV disease. Chemotherapy for colorectal cancer may be given intravenously or in pill form.

Radiation therapy

Radiation therapy may be an option for colorectal cancer treatment for a number of reasons, including:

Radiation therapy delivered before surgery may help shrink tumors so they are easier to remove.

Radiation therapy given after surgery may help kill cancer cells that have been left behind.

The treatment may be an option for patients who are unable to undergo surgery.

Radiation therapy may be used as a palliative treatment, to help shrink tumors that may be causing a blockage in the colon or intestines.

Radiation therapy may be given in conjunction with chemotherapy.

Targeted therapy

Monoclonal antibody therapy is a type of targeted therapy used to treat colorectal cancer. Monoclonal antibodies are bio-engineered proteins that may help leverage the body’s natural immune response to recognize attack and destroy colorectal cancer cells.

How we get you treated?

The values we live by

Empowering Patients, Transforming Lives

At Manaaki, we live by our mission of ‘Let’s Get You Treated.’ Our commitment to transparency, simplicity, and ethics sets us apart. Since our establishment in 2022, we've facilitated treatments for over 500 families, locally and globally, ensuring every patient receives the care they deserve.

One Team, One Experience

Unlike other agencies, Manaaki provides 'One Team, One Experience' across all operating markets. With us, patients aren't left at the mercy of conflicting interests. Our dedicated teams collaborate seamlessly to offer a consistent and trustworthy experience, treating every patient as part of our family.

Guarding Against Overbilling:

In an industry plagued by overbilling, Manaaki serves as your advocate in healthcare. Our sole incentive is the health and well-being of our patients, not the size of the hospital bill. With us, you can step into a world of certainty and ethical practices, free from hidden agendas or inflated costs.

24/7 Support

Navigating foreign healthcare systems can be daunting, but with Manaaki, you're never alone. Our teams provide round-the-clock support, handling everything from medical visas to daily check-ups, ensuring transparent and ethical treatment at every step of the journey.

Going the extra mile

Our care extends beyond treatment, offering comprehensive post-care support to ensure your recovery is our responsibility. From medical-grade guest houses to regular follow-ups and genuine medication supplies, we're committed to safeguarding your well-being long after treatment ends.

Fighting and Winning Against Cancer

Keep Hope Alive - You Have a Chance.

At Manaaki, we stand by you in your fight against cancer. With over 300 families assisted since our establishment in 2022, we have countless stories of courage and victory to share. Our commitment is to provide the best care and support, making a lasting impact on each patient’s journey.

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