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Recurrent Adrenocortical Carcinoma: A Case Report

Adrenocortical carcinoma is a rare tumor afflicting only 1-2 persons per one million population. It usually occurs in adults and the median age at diagnosis is 44 years. The cause is unknown. Although potentially curable at early stages, only 30% of these malignancies are confined to the adrenal gland at the time of diagnosis. Because
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Cost Components of Cancer Treatment

Most cancer patients and their families are not only concerned about chances of survival, they are also concerned about the cost of expensive cancer treatment and whether they will be able to afford it or not. Yes, cancer treatment is expensive but we at Dharamshila Hospital And Research Centre, try our best to avoid unnecessary
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Continuous quality mangement for cancer patients

With the vision to “fight and win the battle against CANCER” Dharamshila Hospital And Research Centre (DHRC) has always been a leader in delivering comprehensive quality care to a large section of society. In its endeavor to lead and guide, DHRC voluntarily got itself NABH and NABL accreditation hence reemphasizing its unconditional and untiring efforts
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Case Report free fibula

Composite Resection and Free fibular flap reconstruction of Recurrent Squamous cell carcinoma of buccal mucosa and upper alveolus- a case report. Cancer is a leading health problem in India, with approximately 1 million cases occurring each year. The increasing number of head and neck cancer is a cause of major concern as it is associated
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Cancer – what we all need to know

Question: Is Cancer Curable? Answer: Yes, cancer is curable, if detected early and treated promptly by cancer experts as per standard treatment guidelines, preferably at NABH accredited cancer hospitals. Thirty percent cancers prevalent in India cannot be detected at an early stage and therefore are not curable. Therefore, our focus should always be to concentrate
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Critical care management of cancer patients

The case of cancer patients in a critical care set up is a challenging task.These patients may have undergone chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy or a major debilitating surgery.ICU care is given to all those patients who have a good chance of cure, palliation of disease or for correction of emergency/acute problem in an otherwise advanced disease.
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Cancer _A Challenge

Oncology is going through great transition and transformation. Gone are the days when cancer was considered synonymous with a death warrant. Any transformation begins with a vision and a dream and to transform dreams into reality, we need financial and human resources on a scale that matches both the vision and the dream. More than
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Nephron Sparing Surgery in Renal Tumors : A Case Report

A 69 yrs old male presented to our OPD with h/o left sided varicocele. A known case of Diabetes, hypertension and bilateral medical renal disease, he underwent MRI abdomen which revealed a large lower pole lesion in left kidney with no renal vein or IVC thrombus. DTPA Scan revealed a 61% function in the affected
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HPV vaccination and cervical cancer prevention

Cervical Cancer is responsible for more than any gynecologic-related deaths world wide than any other malady, making it the most important preventable disease in women’s health today. Worldwide each year 4,93,243 women are diagnosed of cervical cancer of whom 2,40,000 women die of this disease (WHO). India contributes more than ¼ of the global cervical
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Cervical cancer in women

Cervical Cancer is the most common cancer in women of our country. The cervix is the lowermost part of the uterus or womb. Cancer that start in the cervix is called cervical cancer.  Worldwide about  4.9 Lac women are diagnosed of cervical cancer every year and 2.4 Lac die of this disease (WHO). India contributes
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