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Radiation protection department

Radiation protection department - RPD Our team Composition Head of Radiation protection departmentYimo Wadje MarieRPO EffectiveMoschidis ThéoRPO Radiotherapy...

dietetics

Dietetics department Our role The role of the Dietetics Department is to ensure that the patient remains in good nutritional condition throughout the course of treatment by ensuring an optimal diet in terms of quality and quantity.  Our aim is also to increase patient awareness to avoid any involuntary weight loss (or in some cases weight gain) and to avoid restrictive or non-validated diets....

Dietetics FAQ

Find out more about nutrition and cancer Cancer is one of the world's most widespread diseases In addition to genetic causes, many environmental factors can increase the risk of developing a cancer. These include diet that can play an important role in preventing cancer, during cancer treatment and after cancer.There are many recommendations on diet and cancer, often very divergent and so...

New Bordet - image bank

Image bank of the new Jules Bordet Institute Please note that these images are the work of professional photographers and are subject to copyrightFor an enlargement, click on the images.Good visit !  2021 canceropole (1)   © Marc Detiffe (detiffe.com) ...

Medical Physics

Medical Physics Our role Medical physicists are involved with the application of medical physics principles and techniques for prevention, treatment and diagnosis of cancer and the protection of the patients, staff and members of the public from ionizing and non-ionizing radiation hazards (More information).At Institut Jules Bordet, the organizational structure of the Medical Physics Departmen...

Facturation FAQ

Question about an invoice ? Do you have a question about the content of the invoice received?Before contacting our services we suggest you consult the “FAQ” section that lists the most frequently asked questions followed by the clear and precise answers given by the Invoicing Department. I have received an invoice but I paid for the consultation on the spot ...

Access old bordet

Accessibility and contact Institut Jules Bordet How to get there Address Institut Jules Bordet: 121-125,  boulevard de Waterloo – 1000 Brussels   Phone number +32 (0)2 541 31 11 ...

Our social networks

Our social networks Join us on our  social networks for all our latest news and to exchange and share!    Facebook Subscribe to our Facebook page for news of day-to-day life at the Jules Bordet Institute, including major events: ...

20km - supporter

Supporters of Impulsion by Bordet Do you want to support our Impulsion by Bordet team and run the Brussels 20 km with them?  Register now and help to develop post-cancer support at the Institute Registration costs 70 euros and includes the race bib that allows you to run in the 20 km, a T-shirt in the team colours and a donation that will be used to develop post-cancer support at the Institute...

Cookie policy

Cookies policy What is a cookie? A cookie is a small data file that can be placed on your computer when you visit websites. Cookies can be placed and/or read when you consult a website or mobile application for example or when you install or use a software programme, irrespective of the terminal you are using: computer, smartphone, digital tablet or video game console connected to the Internet...

Blood cell cancers

Blood cell cancers « Advances in research and treatment while supporting and listening to the patient: the keys to recovery and quality of life »   Prof Nathalie Meuleman, HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HAEMATOLOGY-ONCOLOGY at the Institut Jules Bordet. How we treat blood cell cancers The Institut Jules Bordet treats all haematological cancers, ie blood cell and lymphatic cancers. ...

Breast cancers

Breast cancers “Our patients receive support at every level, including psychological support”   Dr Martine Piccart, Medical Oncologist and Scientific Director How we treat breast cancers In Belgium, one woman in eight will develop breast cancer over the course of her life. The Institut Jules Bordet treats around 700 women a year. Our multidisciplinary teams were pioneers in a number of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to these cancers. ...

Lung and thorax cancers

Lung and thorax cancers “The therapeutic strategy depends on the type of cancer, its extent and the patient’s general state of health.”  Dr Thierry Berghmans, Head of the Thoracic Oncology Clinic How we treat cancers of the lungs and thoracic cavity Thanks to extensive internal and external collaboration, the Institut Bordet is able to treat all cancers of the thoracic cavity, including lung cancer.Several types of cancer can develop in the thorax: small and large cell lung (or “bronchial”) cancer, pulmonary metastases originating in other primary tumours and rare tumours such as cancer of the thymus, mesothelioma, pleura, etc. ...

Prostate cancers

Prostate cancers “Our aim is to preserve the patient’s quality of life while treating the tumour as effectively as possible.”   Dr Alexandre Peltier, Urological surgeon How we treat the prostate cancers Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. The Institut Jules Bordet has the cutting-edge technology needed to detect and treat these tumours. ...

Skin cancers

Skin cancers “The quality of life of our patients is at the centre of our multidisciplinary care”   Prof. Annie Drowart, Coordinator of the “skin” COM of the Institut Jules Bordet. How we treat skin cancers The Institut Jules Bordet treats all skin cancers: melanomas, spinocellular carcinomas, basocellular carcinomas, Merkel cell carcinomas, etc. ...

Colorectal cancers

Colorectal cancers “Our philosophy is to care for patients while sparing them any pointless and difficult treatments.”   Dr Alain Hendlisz, Coordinator of the Digestive Tumour CMO, Institut Bordet How we treat cancers of the colon or rectum Colorectal cancers are among the most common forms of cancer. Significant advances have been made in improving the way they are treated. Treatment requires a multidisciplinary approach. ...

Rare tumours

Rare tumours “The Institut Jules Bordet has long been recognised for its treatment of rare tumours”   Dr Ahmad Awada, Oncologist How we treat rare tumours Rare tumours account for around a quarter of the cancers treated at the Institut Jules Bordet. These cancers require very particular and multidisciplinary treatment. A tumour is described as rare when it affects fewer than 6 people in 100,000. It may appear in an organ or in tissue that is only very rarely affected by cancer (eg: the salivary glands, the penis, etc), or may be situated in an organ where cancer is relatively common but show cell characteristics that are different from those usually observed. ...

Gynaecological cancers

Gynaecological cancers How we treat gynaecological cancers The term gynaecological cancer covers cancers of the endometrium, the ovaries, the cervix, the vulva and the vagina. These intimate cancers require multidisciplinary, personalised care and treatment. Diagnosis – examinations required ...

Urological and male genital cancers

Urological and male genital cancers “Our patients are supported by a team of medical and paramedical specialists.”      Dr Alexandre Peltier, UROLOGICAL SURGEON How we treat male urological and genital cancers Urogenital cancers are tumours that develop in the urinary or genital system. ...

Neuroendocrine tumours

Neuroendocrine tumours “A neuroendocrine tumour is a particular kind of digestive cancer that requires very specific management.”  Dr Alain Hendlisz, Coordinator of the Digestive Tumour CMO, Institut Bordet. How we treat neuroendocrine tumours Although often situated in an organ of the digestive tract, neuroendocrine tumours behave differently from other digestive cancers and must often be treated in a specific way. ...