MBBS, MSc - General Surgery, DNB - Urinary Surgery
Director and HOD - Urology
Urologist, Renal Transplant Specialist, Uro Oncologist
MBBS, MD - Gynecology, Fellowship
Director and HOD - Obstetrics and Gynecology
Gynaecologist, Gynecologic Oncologist
MBBS, MS - General Surgery
Director - Oncology & Consultant - Surgical Oncology
Surgical Oncologist, Head & Neck Surgeon, Robotic Surgeon
The field of oncology is spread into three major areas - medical, surgical and radiation.
A medical oncologist cures cancer patients using chemotherapy or immunotherapy.
A surgical oncologist treats cancer by surgery. The oncologist also has to perform various biopesis to discover the presence, cause or extent of the disease.
A radiation oncologist removes the tumor using radiation therapy.
Apart from this, other types of oncologists include:
A gynecologic oncologist treats cancer related to uterus, ovary and cervical.
A pediatric oncologist cures cancer in children that includes brain tumors, osteosarcoma, Ewing’s sarcoma and leukemia. Although these tumors can occur in adults as well, hence, in that case, one has to consult the pediatric oncologist.
A hematologist-oncologist deals with blood cancer patients such as leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma.
Cancer detection and treatment is a pricey affair. Many patients suffering cancer search for medical visa and countries that offer cancer treatment at reasonable rate. India is one of the popular destinations that has high-quality treatment within budget. The reason behind this is India has highly set-up hospitals and research centers for cancer study and treatment.
There are different types of cancer - liver cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, stomach cancer and colorectal cancer. Their treatment varies accordingly. Cancer is curable only if detected at an early stage. Somehow, with advanced research and technology, cancer treatment is manageable at later stages.
India tops for cancer treatment for the following reasons: