Cancer Care at Home

Our skilled nurses are experienced in providing home care for cancer patients.

Compassionate Home Care for Your Loved Ones

Cancer can be a challenging and overwhelming experience for both patients and their families. That’s why we offer expert cancer care at home. Our team of experienced healthcare professionals is dedicated to providing compassionate care and support to help you and your loved ones navigate this difficult time.

According to the National Cancer Registry Program, breast cancer is the most common type of cancer among women in Pakistan, and its incidence has been increasing in recent years. The estimated incidence rate for breast cancer in women aged 50 years or older is 97 per 100,000 population.

Cancer has also emerged as a major health issue which is reflected by the estimates for new cancer cases in the country standing at a staggering figure of 170,000 to 200,000 yearly with many presenting at an advanced stage requiring palliation from the beginning.

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Simplify Your Journey with Cancer Care at Home!

Facing a cancer diagnosis introduces countless challenges for individuals, creating a profound sense of vulnerability and fear. The physical toll of treatments, the emotional rollercoaster of uncertainty, and the strain on personal and financial aspects can leave one feeling deeply agitated and overwhelmed.

Cancer care at home emerges as a transformative approach, offering not just medical attention but a holistic sanctuary. It addresses the problem by providing personalized, compassionate care that extends beyond the clinical setting. In the warmth of home, patients find solace in familiar surroundings, surrounded by loved ones.

At ConsidraCare Pakistan, our caregivers not only attend to the physical needs of the patient but also foster emotional well-being, creating a supportive environment where healing becomes a shared journey.

In the Hands of Experts: Empowering Your Path to Recovery

When you are feeling scared and unsure about what's going to happen, we ensure that your loved ones receive the best possible care. Our team of healthcare professionals has extensive experience in providing home care for cancer patients. Together, we navigate this journey with expertise, empathy, and a shared commitment to the well-being and comfort of your loved ones.

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Choose Expertise, Choose the Best for Your Loved One!

Common Symptoms of Cancer

Preventive Measures for Cancer

Common Symptoms of Cancer

Preventive Measures for Cancer

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Yes, many cancer patients can receive treatment at home. Home-based cancer care, under the guidance of healthcare professionals, is a viable option for managing certain aspects of treatment, providing comfort, and maintaining a supportive environment for patients. 


    This approach is designed to enhance the quality of life for the patient while addressing their medical needs. However, the feasibility of home-based treatment depends on the specific type and stage of cancer, as well as the individual’s overall health condition. Consultation with healthcare providers can determine the most suitable care plan for each patient.

  • Create a comfortable and supportive environment at home.
  • Coordinate medical appointments and treatments, ensuring adherence to the care plan.
  • Educate yourself about the specific needs and challenges associated with the type of cancer.

Few foods can cause nausea and food poisoning in cancer patients. To prevent any critical situation, one should avoid the foods listed below:


  • Undercooked or raw fish
  • Unwashed fruits and vegetables
  • Soft-cooked eggs
  • Milk
  • Citrus Fruits
  • Mayonnaise
  • Unpasteurized Cheese

Palliative care is a specialized form of home care that focuses on improving the quality of life of cancer patients with or without the curative intent. Its primary goal is to relieve symptoms and to prevent psychological, emotional, and spiritual trials during the end of life. Patients can receive cancer care at home under a licensed care provider anytime they need.

A 21-day chemo cycle refers to a chemotherapy treatment schedule where the patient receives chemotherapy drugs in a repeating cycle, typically every 21 days. 


During each cycle, the patient undergoes a specific sequence of chemotherapy treatments, followed by a period of rest. The length and composition of the cycle may vary based on the type of cancer, the specific drugs used, and the individual’s response to treatment. 


It’s important to consult with healthcare professionals to understand the details of the 21-day chemo cycle and its relevance to the patient’s specific treatment plan.

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