Dr Ajitabh Srivastava talks about Liver transplant surgery, survival, facts and a lot more

Liver Transplant survival, facts and a lot more Dr. Ajitabh Srivastava, liver transplant specialist at Fortis hospital Gurgaon, talks about the liver transplant surgery, survival rates…and a lot more.   Exploring a second opinion for liver cancer , liver transplant, not only helps with sufficient information, but it also helps you make the right decision for your cancer treatment after careful consideration. To get a 2nd opinion from our expert panel of oncologists, login to www.cancerx.co.in and signup on the patient sign-in the header. Click to get a 2nd opinion or book an appointment with Dr. Ajitabh Srivastava Post simple signup…

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Dr Niranjan Naik Talks About Breast Conservation Surgery

October is breast cancer awareness month. In an effort to spread awareness, Dr. Niranjan Naik talks about early breast cancer diagnosis and breast cancer conservation surgery with team CanceRX.   There are various surgeries for breast cancer, such as lumpectomy, mastectomy, radical mastectomy with breast conservation. Most cancer patients require adjuvant therapies such as chemotherapy or radiation or hormone therapy after breast cancer surgery unless the tumor is so big that it needs to be reduced by chemotherapy first. Exploring a second opinion for breast cancer not only helps with sufficient information, but it also helps you make the right decision for…

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targeted therapy for breast cancer treatment

Targeted therapy for breast cancer treatment helps target cancer cells which grow out of control. Cancers happen when our normal body cells start multiplying and grow out of control. Targeted therapy for breast cancer treatment, is the administration of new age drugs which inhibit or block the uncontrolled growth of cancer cells. Unlike regular chemotherapy which attacks all cells, good and bad, targeted drugs attack only specific cancer cells and inhibit growth. They tend to have fewer and also different side effects than chemotherapy drugs. Breast Cancers are caused by various mutants such as BRCA1, BRCA 2, PIK3CA.  Each mutant…

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Radiotherapy or Radiation Therapy for cancer treatment

Radiation therapy for radiotherapy for cancer treatment uses a high dose of radiation to kill cancer cells, shrink tumors. Unlike chemotherapy, radiotherapy is a localized treatment and a high dose of radiation is targetted towards a small local area where a high dose is given to kill cancer cells. Although the cancer cells do not get killed immediately, radiation alters their internal structure and they start to die progressively. Radiation therapy if cancer is not metastatic has a good cure rate for several cancers for eg for prostate cancer, radiotherapy has a cure rate of 88.6% vs less than 80%…

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What is Bone Marrow Transplant?

What is Bone Marrow Transplant? And how does Bone Marrow Transplantation work?     For  Leukemia,  ALL or AML, Lymphoma( Hodgkins Lymphoma or Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma), MDS,  Multiple Myeloma, T cell Lymphoma consult the best hematologist, in India. If you undergoing cancer treatment,  click here to validate your treatment plan, take a medical opinion from the best cancer doctors, in India.  To know the cost of bone marrow transplant  from the best cancer hospitals in India, click here

Cyberknife for treating Brain cancer

Why is surgery important for brain cancer or tumours affecting the brain. Hear what a leading oncologist has to say on invasive and non-invasive treatment options such as Cyberknife, Novalis on treating brain cancer such as Gliomas, Chordoma, Choroid, Schwannoma, Glioblastoma, Meningioma, Medulloblastoma Dr Rana Patir, one off the best neurosurgeons in India in conversation with Anisha Soin, Team CanceRx To get a 2nd opinion from Dr Rana Patir, one of the best neurosurgeons in India, Click here Undergoing cancer treatment from your local hospital,  click here to validate your treatment plan, take an opinion from the best cancer doctors, best oncologists…

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Did you know that 60 out of 100 men are likely to be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer?

  The above statistics of hold good as men age and most affected are those beyond 65. Though the statistics may seem disheartening, only one in thirty-nine people may die as a result of prostate cancer. That means that the average percentage of people who have died from prostate cancer is about 0.027%, probably the least possible for any form of cancer. There are many treatments option for prostate cancer. The hardest part is simply informing yourself and your family about various treatment options available, their estimated costs and the ability to choose the best treatment option available based on…

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