Patient reviews for Oncologists in Mahipalpur, Delhi
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Oncology is a branch of medicine and it deals with the diagnosing, treatment and prevention of cancer. As you may have guessed there are three main forms of work that oncologists do. They are the treatment, prevention and diagnosis of cancer. The prevention is the hardest thing to do but oncologists do try to do this by making people aware of certain risk factors. These may include reducing the amount of cigarettes you smoke or reducing the amount of alcohol you drink. Oncologists are not only responsible for diagnosing cancer but diagnosing it as quick as possible. This allows the cancer to not progress further than it already has. Finally, the most important work of an oncologist is the treatment of cancer. Treating cancer is done through a variety of methods including chemotherapy and surgical methods as well as radiation therapy. Due to the various ways cancers are treated, various types of oncologists often have to work together to treat the cancer. These include the surgical oncologist, radiation oncologist, medical oncologist as well as many other specialties such as a gynecological oncologist as well as a pediatric oncologist. The most common cancers which oncologists treat are lung cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer as well as prostate cancer. Lybrate’s oncologists in Mahipalpur, Delhi are well trained in preventing, diagnosing as well as treating cancer. They have all the necessary resources to make sure that you are feeling a lot better than you were before and they care about you a lot more than most other oncologists. It is rare you will find such compassionate oncologists right in Mahipalpur, Delhi. So subscribe to Lybrate’s network today and you will get access to some of the best oncologists in Mahipalpur, Delhi. Here are the most efficient oncologists in Mahipalpur, Delhi.
An oncologist is a doctor who treats cancer.
WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSULT ONCOLOGIST?
A radiation oncologist provides treatment of cancer by using radiation therapy.
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF ONCOLOGIST?
An oncologist helps the patient manage cancer-related pain and side effects.
COMMON PROBLEMS YOU SHOULD SEE ONCOLOGIST FOR
A neuro-oncologist specializes in the treatment of cancers of the brain.
DID YOU KNOW?
The five most common types of cancer that kill men worldwide are (in order of frequency): lung, stomach, liver, colorectal and esophagus.
Why is Cancer the biggest Threat to the YOUNG in India?
There are fewer Indians who have successfully battled Cancer and have emerged successful. Yuvraj Singh, the legendary cricketer, who was diagnosed with a rare cancer at 29, survived due to an early detection. Cancer cases in India are not as many as they are in the developed world. However, due to late detection the survival rate in the country is far worse. Particularly, we are losing our youth to Cancer. Most tobacco (pan masala) related cancers and child cancers go undetected until very late. Few cancers like cervical cancer and breast cancer which affect women of any age, are curable, however, due to lack of awareness and timely screening, many Indian women succumb to these cancers. The most common sites for cancer among men are lung, prostate, colon, rectum, stomach and liver while that among women are breast, colon, rectum, lung, cervix and stomach. In proportion to our population, we lack the right infrastructure nationwide. esp in the northern and north eastern region, there is a dearth of good cancer facilities, where radiation, care or treatment can be given. Not even one third of cancer patients are alive beyond 5 years after their diagnosis in India, and about 71% of cancer deaths occur in patients in their prime productive years — between the ages of 30 to 69 years. Most Indians believe that cancer is generally incurable and that it should be kept secret from neighbors and family."" - Dr Paul Goss