At Sciensus, we make sure having complex cancer treatment at home is a real choice for thousands of patients every month. So, you can have your treatment and then get on with your life.
Benefits of cancer care at home
We know it’s reassuring to see a familiar face, so we strive to make sure you see a dedicated team of 3 expert chemotherapy nurses throughout your treatment.
More comfortable, convenient care
Having chemotherapy at home means you can lead as normal a life as possible. With our UK coverage, you can even receive treatment on holiday.
Having treatment at home, and avoiding travel to hospital when your immunity is weakened, will help you avoid infections from things like cold and flu viruses.
There’s no VAT to pay on drugs
As no VAT is applied on drugs administered at home, treatment is often significantly cheaper if you’re funding it yourself.
Why choose us for your
cancer treatment at home?
We’ve been bringing quality cancer care into people’s homes for three decades, building trusted relationships with patients, families, NHS doctors and private consultants. We work with Private Medical Insurance companies, the NHS in some areas, and also offer an option for self-funding treatment. Today, more than 300 oncology consultants choose us for their patient referrals and our 180 specialist cancer nurses provide systemic anticancer therapy (SACT), including chemotherapy, to thousands of patients every month.
We train our outstanding nurses to masters’ level and we’re regularly audited by leading regulatory bodies, including the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and the Care Quality Commission. Everyone’s experience with cancer is different, but we’re here to make yours as positive as possible, helping you feel comfortable, calm and in control of your treatment.
CONDITIONS WE TREAT
Acute lymphocytic leukaemia (all)
Acute myeloid leukaemia (aml)
Bone tumour unspecified site
Cancer of head and neck
Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (cll)
Chronic myeloid leukaemia (cml)
Hairy cell leukaemia
Intra abdominal malignancy
Metastatic – unknown
Myelodysplastic syndrome (mds)
Non hodgkins lymphoma
Non small cell lung cancer
Rectum & anus
Renal cell carcinoma
Sarcoma – buttock
Small cell lung cancer
Soft tissue sarcomas
Squamous cell – lung
Squamous cell of head and neck
Urinary tract infection (uti)
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find out more?
If you would like to know more about our cancer treatment at home service, speak to your consultant or contact us for more details via the enquiry form or call our patient liaison team on 0333 2072205.
We work with Private Medical Insurance companies, the NHS in some areas, and also offer an option for self-funding treatment.