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Deep Digital DNA Sequencing - For personalized, precise and more effective cancer treatment

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The traditional pattern of tumor profiling for a single gene mutation in cancer involves multiple tests, each targeting a single gene and revealing...

Introducing Bone Marrow Transplant at HCG Manvata Cancer Centre, Nashik

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For years, HCG has been defining the future of cancer care in India by designing, building and managing cancer centres with a steadfast vision...

A Silent Fighter : Nalini's Story

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I lovingly planted a tuberose near my living room window and I could not wait to see it bloom. I put up with the smell of the compost in the soil...

My Journey to Freedom : Pragna Shah's Story

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As a banker by profession and a fitness consultant through passion, I was always bubbly and cheerful....

International childhood cancer day

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This year the theme is ‘Better Survival’ is achievable #throughyourhands “Right care at the right time by the right team”...

Minimally Invasive Surgeries: The Most Effective Way to Manage Early-Stage Head & Neck Cancers

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Until a few years ago, patients with head and neck cancer had fewer treatment options. The conventional surgery, which involves cancer removal through a large incision, resulted in longer hospital stays, breathing and swallowing difficulties, lengthy recovery, increased risk of infections and other ...

Role of PET-CT in Managing Cancers

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Positron Emission Tomography and Computed Tomography (PET-CT) combine two advanced imaging techniques to provide more accurate results with respect to the presence and recurrence of cancer. ...

Breast Conclave – Cure, Cosmesis And Beyond

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Carcinoma breast or commonly known as Breast Cancer is one of the most commonly found cancer in urban women in India, Mumbai is one of the cities with the highest breast cancer registry rate....

Selvan gets his life back at HCG

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Selvan was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. After it recurred a second time, he came to HCG. Here, a multi-disciplinary team performed a bone marrow transplant in addition to second line chemotherapy....

An apple (and 4 other super foods) a day keeps breast cancer away

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/an-apple-and-4-other-super-foods-a-day-keeps-breast-cancer-away/

It can’t be easy for anybody to be told – “You have breast cancer”. However, that’s exactly what happened to 1.5 million women in 2010. ...

Oral cancer prevention – It’s in your hands!

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Hard as it may be to believe, oral cancer is more common than leukemia and is known to kill as many women as cervical cancer does....

Larry beats cancer with the help of HCG

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Advanced cancer patients like Larry Katz, diagnosed with prostate cancer, are often told there's no hope....

World No Tobacco Day

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Tobacco Kills - an initiative to eradicate the illicit trade of tobacco and address the effects of second hand smoking....

Liver Transplant: Sharing More than a Life Together

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36 year-old Arun Kumar was diagnosed with liver cirrhosis when he was in USA. Despite being put on the liver transplant waitlist...

I not only survived cancer, I lived through it

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The beginning of my story was rather mundane. A small town girl with big dreams, I gradually made a name for myself in the male dominated corporate world....

Prayer : Amar's Version in his fight against cancer

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Away from the crowds, in the tall grass that grows to the far left of Lalbagh, two men are setting up their tripods and cameras...

Living my Imperfect Life Perfectly

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I am Farida Rizwan. My body is 53 years old. I am not sure about my soul and mind though. I have donned many roles in my life and being a cancer survivor is just one of them....

Radixact: A new dimension in radiation oncology

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In the world of Cancer care, there is always a possibility of unique challenges on a case to case basis. Typically when putting a technology in treating cancer, its versatility to treat all tumour types becomes an important criterion as a one point solution....

When Love Went Beyond Cancer

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I am Anni. I always had the perfect life. I fell in love in October 2006 when we both were in college. We were mature enough to wait until we got settled in our careers. Eventually we tied the knot on February 2013. Like any young couple in love, we had dreams, desire to be […]...

The Power of Acceptance : Keerti Tiwari's story

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The course of Dr. Keerti Tewari’s life has changed more than once over the years. Although a trained doctor, she never practiced medicine and decided to join the Civil Services. ...

Arun Kumar : A Star's triumph over cancer

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Arun Kumar came to Davanagere, a town synonymous with the scrumptious benne dosa (butter dosa), in 1982. ...

Going the Distance : Shweta's Journey

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I am Shweta Chawre, a childhood-cancer survivor. During the summer of 2008, right after I completed my SSC, I noticed that my right knee was hurting....

When Life Took a New Meaning : Debjani's Story

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I was trying to cope with my new life and responsibilities as a wife, especially after my marriage on February 2016....

A Mumbaikar's journey against cancer : Story of Shekhar Jha

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Mention Mumbai and you get a mixed bag of superlatives. It is home to the filthy rich and the dirt poor; business tycoons and street-side hawkers...

Across Hardships, Music & Love : Lakshmi's Story

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Lakshmi Khanagar loves to sing. Her bright, lilting voice belies the struggles this 27-year-old has already seen in her young life. ...

Msangi's triumph over cancer

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Msangi Hassani never looked like a 45-year-old gentleman. His energy and smile were enough to mistake him for a teenager. He always carried his smile wherever he went as he sold food across Tanzania....

Winning over Cancer : Sidharth's story

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Sidharth Ghosh has been running all his life: on the cricket ground and football field in school, and as a marathon runner for over a decade....

When Ayesha was 2, we treated her for cancer. When she was 10, she treated us to cake.

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/when-ayesha-was-2-we-treated-her-for-cancer-when-she-was-10-she-treated-us-to-cake/

When Ayesha, a naughty two-and-a-half-year-old was diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia, a rare form of blood cancer, the family felt like someone had pulled the rug from under their feet....

A young girl's battle against a rare enemy & victory over it with expertise

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With all the dancing and jumping around the house, 3-year old Payel was a vibrant child. However, things changed forever the day she felt a sharp pain and witnessed swelling in her left foot...

Mitigating the risk factors for the treatment of cancer patients amidst COVID-19

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Healthcare providers are rapidly adapting to the demand of the hour, in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. ...

The word “Cancer” starts with a “C”, so does the word “Confidence”

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/the-word-cancer-starts-with-a-c-so-does-the-word-confidence/

Two years ago, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. I am a retired employee who had just begun enjoying the retirement life then. ...

My Routine Check-Up Saved My Life. A Simple Blood Test Was All That Was Needed.

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As you age, your body starts demanding extra attention and care. Your heart, kidneys, liver, lungs and prostate – yes, your prostate needs care too. ...

My Encounter with the Big ‘C’

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There are two ways to deal with a cancer diagnosis. One way is to let your fear and negative thoughts take over, which may possibly lead to a miserable cancer journey....

Rising Amidst Challenges and Winning Over Cancer

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I was just 42 when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. My life was brought to a screeching halt. While cancer attacked my body, ...

We show cancer its place by treating it the right way, the first time.

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/we-show-cancer-its-place-by-treating-it-the-right-way-the-first-time/

Being diagnosed with cancer – be it of any type – is anything but good. No amount of words can describe the frustration, dilemma and fear that the patients and their caregivers go through. ...

Are you reducing your risk of getting Cervical Cancer?

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A large percentage of cervical cancer deaths happen due to delayed diagnosis and late treatment, which are in turn caused due to lack of awareness....

Treating Cervical Cancer with a Minimally Invasive Approach through Radiation Therapy

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Cervical cancer is a growing health burden in developing countries like India. Early diagnosis and the right treatment approach is the key to successful cervical cancer treatment....

Blood Transfusion or Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: What Should a Thalassaemia Patient Go For?

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/blood-transfusion-or-haematopoietic-stem-cell-transplantation-what-should-a-thalassaemia-patient-go-for/

In recent years, the diagnosis of genetic disorders is gradually raising. Thalassaemia is one such blood-related genetic disorder wherein the haemoglobin produced by the body is faulty and insufficient....

Breaking Down Some Major Myths About Ovarian Cancer

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Ovarian cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the ovaries and is the third most commonly detected cancer amongst Indian women. ...

Unleashing 5 Popular Myths of Prostate Cancer

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While it has been found after years of thorough research that there are 29 types of prostate cancer, the fact that prostate cancer is a topic which nobody talks about doesn’t change....

Hormone Therapy for Breast Cancers – What Should Patients Know

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Although breast cancer is one of the most common and the most spoken-about cancers, very few are aware of the advancements that have happened in the field of breast cancer management. For example, many think surgery and chemotherapy or radiation therapy are the only treatment options available for b...

Shankar had to lose an organ to save his life. We came together to preserve both.

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Shankar had always been a healthy and active individual. Shankar seldom fell ill, and in fact managed an extremely disciplined lifestyle. ...

Because Laughter is the Best Medicine

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World Cancer Day arrives on February 4 each year, and with it an opportunity to spread awareness on the disease. This year's theme, "Not Beyond Us" ...

To make sure Saraswathi won against cancer, we made her husband stronger.

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/to-make-sure-saraswathi-won-against-cancer-we-made-her-husband-stronger/

When the high-flying chartered accountant Saraswathi, felt a lump in her armpit during a self-examination, she was shaken but knew she had to see her doctor immediately. Having been a caregiver to her mother who passed away due to throat cancer ...

Busting major myths and misconceptions about sarcoma

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/busting-major-myths-and-misconceptions-about-sarcoma/

Sarcoma is a type of cancer that generally develops from tissues within the bone or muscle. The main types of sarcoma include bone and tissue sarcomas. ...

5 Common Cancers Among Men And Things To Do To Prevent It

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We are marking International Men’s Day on November 19th, and there is no better time than now to emphasise men’s health. ...

Are You A High-Risk Individual for Lung Cancer? Check Out Here

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Lung cancer is one of the challenging cancers that need to be dealt with swiftly and treated aggressively. Lung cancer is the second most common type of cancer and also a leading cause of cancer deaths both among men and women worldwide annually. ...

5 Early Signs of Lung Cancer That Many Miss

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Lung cancer, which is the growth of malignant cells in the vital respiratory organ, can affect anyone at any age. However, it is often diagnosed among smokers, those constantly exposed to carcinogenic gases and with a family history of cancer. ...

5 Simple Ways to Prevent Lung Cancer

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Lung cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers that is affecting both genders worldwide, annually. Despite awareness, oncologists across the globe are witnessing a spike in the cases of lung cancers, and this is a matter of concern. ...

5 Tests that Can Help You Detect Cancer in Early Stages

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Getting diagnosed with cancer is scary; however, one should be more worried about the delay in diagnosis and receiving the necessary treatment. Many a time, we come across patients who reach out to the doctors only after the symptoms become far more palpable, and the disease has spread to advanced s...

5 Things You Should Know About Different Stages of Cancer

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One of the quintessential questions any patient would ask after getting that dreaded cancer diagnosis is – what stage is the cancer in? Many of us are aware that the severity of this particular condition is determined by its stage, defined numerically – 1, 2, 3 and 4. Though it is of general und...

6 Things You Can Start Doing To Prevent Cancer

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The word cancer is scary, chilling and unpredictable. Lately, there has been a steep increase in the incidence of cancers, and there are a few things that can be blamed for this - sedentary lifestyle, fast-changing habits, stress, poor environment and genetics. It is an undeniable fact that cancer, ...

7 Best Ways To Reduce Your Cancer Risk

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If there is one health condition that can attract instant worry, concern, frown, anxiety and a plethora of negative reactions, the moment it gets diagnosed – it is undoubtedly cancer. Cancer or tumour of any kind is a potentially life-threatening condition that affects any body part, at any age ir...

7 Things about Cancer That Everyone Things Is True – But They Are Not

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Cancer is a scary word, and getting diagnosed with this potentially challenging health condition, could feel like a nightmare come true. One of the involuntary steps any cancer patient or their loved one would do soon after getting a cancer diagnosis is browsing through realms of information availab...

If I Stop Smoking, Can I Prevent Lung Cancer?

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Smoking is undoubtedly one of the bad habits that one should stay away from. For many, taking a puff starts as a hobby, a peer-pressure habit or a way to relieve stress; however, little do they know - smoking can take an immense toll on the overall well-being. ...

5 Things You Should Not Do During Your Cancer Treatment

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Cancer and its treatment alter several physiological functions of the body. Cancer treatment, including chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation therapy, causes several side effects. Patients undergoing cancer treatment must take good care of themselves to maximise the impact of treatment and minimise s...

Can Cancer Treatment Affect Fertility?

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Numerous malignancies and cancer treatments have a considerable effect on human fertility. Unfortunately, many patients are unaware of how these medicines affect their fertility. Generally, your clinician will talk with you if cancer treatment increases your chance of infertility or even causes infe...

Here Are 6 Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Cervical Cancer Risk

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Cervical cancer occurs when cancer cells are present in the cervix. It is one of the common causes of cancer deaths among women. Approximately 5,70,000 women worldwide were diagnosed with cervical cancer in the year 2018, and in the same year, the disease claimed the life of 3,11,000 women. However,...

Why Should You Not Skip Your Chemotherapy Cycles?

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Several treatments are available for cancer. The most common of them are chemotherapy, surgeryand radiation therapy. Chemotherapy involves the administration of drugs that kills cancer cells. It is given in cycles for optimum efficacy and to recover from side effects. Treatment adherence is the key ...

10 Foods you should eat during your cancer treatment

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Diet is an integral part of cancer treatment. It allows the patients to recover from the side effects of the previous treatment cycle and prepare the body for the next one. Therefore, patients should take a healthy diet rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, healthy fats, carbohydrates and antioxidan...

6 Things you should know about follow-up care after your cancer treatment

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The care for cancer patients continues even after the completion of treatment. This is largely because, at times, cancer can come back. Regular follow-ups can help you in catching the relapses in their early stages and also support a better quality of life after the treatment.? ...

6 Silent cancers that you need to keep an eye on

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The doctor diagnoses silent cancers, usually in the advanced stages. However, in some cases, the diagnosis of these cancers occurs while diagnosing some other conditions. Therefore, high–risk individuals must regularly screen themselves to determine the presence of these cancers in the early stage...

Why is colorectal cancer becoming more common among younger adults?

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Colorectal cancer involves the cancer of the colon and rectum. There is an increasing incidence of colorectal cancer in young adults. The reasons for this are many. Therefore, it is essential to prevent the risk factors and increase awareness of colorectal cancer in young adults. ...

5 Best ways to handle the psychological burned of cancer

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Getting diagnosed with cancer and receiving treatment can have a significant negative impact on the mental health of patients. The studies have found that almost one-third of the patients receiving cancer treatments have one or the other mental health problems. The prevalence of depressive disorders...

What should you know about the connection between breast cancer and ovarian cancer ?

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/what-should-you-know-about-the-connection-between-breast-cancer-and-ovarian-cancer/

Breast cancer and ovarian cancer are the two common cancers occurring in females. One in every eight females, or around 12 %, may get breast cancer in their lifespan. Ovarian cancer is just less prevalent, with an incidence rate of about 2% for the overall population....

Put yourself a step ahead of cervical cancer with regular screening

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/put-yourself-a-step-ahead-of-cervical-cancer-with-regular-screening/

There are several factors responsible for the increased risk of cervical cancer among women; the key risk factors are listed below:...

Importance of Robot-assisted Surgery in cancer care

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/importance-of-robot-assisted-surgery-in-cancer-care/

State-of-the-art technological innovations in the field of medicine, especially surgery, have helped in delivering high-quality care to patients. Robotic surgery is one such new exciting emergent technology that holds significant promise....

Robotic Surgeries in Head and Neck Cancers

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/robotic-surgeries-in-head-and-neck-cancers/

Over years, we have come a long way in managing head and neck cancers. However, until recently, the specialists did face a technical challenge, and that was on dealing with the malignancies forming in the hard-to-reach areas of the head and neck region. Traditionally, the tumours present in the area...

Chemotherapy: Treating Blood Cancer Systemically

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A blood cancer diagnosis is always poorly received by our patients. Here is one thing that everybody must know – blood cancers are treatable. Recent advancements in the field of cancer care have contributed to higher survival rates among blood cancer patients. However, on the patients’ end, it i...

HPV Vaccine Reduces Cervical Cancer Risk

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/hpv-vaccine-reduces-cervical-cancer-risk/

The first thing you should know about cancer is that prevention is always better than cure, and it is not any different in the case of cervical cancer. With proper preventive measures, anyone can reduce their cervical cancer risk easily....

Immunisations For Adults – More Important Than You

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Immunisations or vaccinations are not just for children. Immunisations are as important for adults as they are for children. Despite taking vaccines against various infectious diseases as a child, you may still be at risk of developing certain infectious diseases. This is because, the effect of cert...

Immunotherapy – The Fourth Pillar of Cancer Treatment

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It is well known that cancers are commonly treated through chemotherapy, surgery or radiation therapy. These three treatment modalities are known as the three pillars of cancer treatment. However, the fourth pillar of cancer treatment is all set to be erected and that is immunotherapy....

PET CT – The Gold Standard For Cancer Diagnosis

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Oncologists always say that the success of any cancer treatment lies in the diagnosis. Simply put - if you get the diagnosis right, you get the treatment right. Receiving the right diagnosis has become more important than ever, as the consequences of misdiagnoses are already well-known....

Redefining Precision Diagnostics with PSMA PET Imaging for Prostate Cancer

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/redefining-precision-diagnostics-with-psma-pet-imaging-for-prostate-cancer/

Achieving superior precision in diagnostics is one of the critical factors in successful cancer management – this is because there is no right treatment without an accurate diagnosis....

Radiation Therapy – A Minimally-invasive Approach for Cervical Cancer Treatment

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/radiation-therapy-a-minimally-invasive-approach-for-cervical-cancer-treatment/

Cervical cancer is a growing health burden in developing countries like India. Early diagnosis and the right treatment approach is the key to successful cervical cancer treatment. Radiation therapy, or simply, radiotherapy is one of the preferred treatment methods for cervical cancer – the other t...

What Should Patients Know About Their PET-CT Scan? – According to an Oncologist

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/what-should-patients-know-about-their-pet-ct-scan-according-to-an-oncologist/

PET-CT is a modern oncological imaging technique that provides comprehensive information, which, in turn, will help doctors carefully characterise the structural and biochemical alterations and see if a particular finding points towards cancer....

Robotic Surgery for Cancer: Myths vs Facts

https://www.hcgoncology.com/blog/robotic-surgery-for-cancer-myths-vs-facts/

Robot-assisted surgery is found to be highly effective in the management of a broad spectrum of early-stage cancers. It confers numerous advantages, namely decreased pain, reduced blood loss, fewer treatment complications and faster recovery. It also helps in avoiding lengthy hospitalisations for pa...

Robotic Surgery for Cancers: Frequently Asked Questions

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Robotic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery that uses robotic machinery to assist a surgeon in performing procedures while minimising patient trauma and recovery time. In cancer patients, robotic surgery may be used in place of traditional laparoscopy or open surgery to help remove the t...

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