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Dr. Ashish Goel  - Oncologist, Noida

Dr. Ashish Goel

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Oncologist, Noida

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Hi everybody,<br/><br/> I am Dr. Ashish Goel,Surgical Oncology. So today we will talk about oral ...

Hi everybody,

 I am Dr. Ashish Goel,Surgical Oncology. So today we will talk about oral cancer. As we are all aware there has been a recent increase in the incidences of oral cancer and the main reason behind this is the increasing usage of tobacco alcohol and smoking. This is very much common in the younger generation. Oral cancer generally presents itself as small swelling or lumps or bumps in the mouth. Most often the patient will always have warning signs in terms of swelling inside the mouth, on the cheek, in the gums over the teeth, sometimes loosening of teeth, sometimes bleeding comes, change in voice, some swelling in the neck, sometimes difficulty in swallowing. So whenever you have any of these warning signs I suggest that you must go and meet a specialist mostly an oncologist or surgeon. He would look into your oral cavity and examine it in detail and complete clinical examination, sometimes they also do a laryngoscopy, that is an endoscopic examination of the throat and then subject the ulcer or tumor through a biopsy.

We will take a small tissue of the tumor and subject it to histology to confirm the diagnosis. Once it is confirmed that you have oral cancer, you need treatment. Currently, the standard of treatment of oral cancer is surgical resection. The tumor in oral cavitiy are 3-dimensional structure, so you need a three-dimensional excision of the tumor to remove the entire tumor in totality. In current surgical practice a lot of emphasis on cosmesis, most of the time the defect in oral cavity is closed with reconstructive method usually a microvascular flap. So this helps in achieving good cosmesis, good functional outcome, specially functional outcome in terms of speech and swallowing. Depending upon your nodal disease in the neck on the basis of the CT scan or MRI of the neck, we also add a neck dissection to the same side of the surgery. Some of these patients in spite of surgery also need additional therapy or some form of chemotherapy to prevent the recurrence. So my tip for the day would be to quit smoking, quit alcohol and tobacco if you are in that habit. Look into your oral cavity at least once a month and if you have any of these warning signs, always go to your doctor.

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Hi everybody! <br/><br/>I am Dr. Ashish Goel I am a surgical oncologist so today we will talk abo...

Hi everybody!

I am Dr. Ashish Goel I am a surgical oncologist so today we will talk about breast cancer. As you are all aware breast cancer is increasing in our society daily. It has, in fact, become one of the most common cancer in women and in also in India. So the first question which comes is - Who is at risk to develop breast cancer? Well, the most important risk factor is being a woman. Being a woman itself you are at higher risk. Some other factors which include are - your age; most of the cancers occurring are at the age of 45 to 55 or above but it is still not rare in younger women. Even in mid-twenties, people can get breast cancer. At the same time, I do not want to alarm you because all lumps` of the breast are not cancerous especially in younger women. Some of these lumps are benign, that is non-cancerous and mostly related to hormonal changes in the body. So whenever you have a lump in your breast or you have some kind of abnormal nipple discharge, the most important thing is you should be vigilant enough and see your doctor.

You must have a complete clinical examination. So when you have a lump in your breast and if it is suspicious of cancer you need some investigation. The most important investigation is a complete clinical examination by a specialist who may be a cancer surgeon or who may be an oncologist. Then the doctor will ask you to undergo an ultrasound in the breast and sometimes a mammogram of the breast which is a special type of X-Ray. The final diagnosis comes from a biopsy from a lump. Good news is that breast cancer is now becoming curable and there is a lot of advancement in the treatment especially the surgical techniques. These days there is no need to remove the whole breast as it was used to be done in the past. We can treat your breast cancer by doing breast conservation surgery which means to remove a part of the lump, part of the breast and we save the breast. That is we do a breast conservation surgery with reconstruction of the breast using some kind of oncoplastic technique.

Most of the patients may also require chemotherapy and some form of radiotherapy. So there is equal emphasis on cosmetics besides a cure for breast cancer and there is also a lot of improvement in the available medicines that is medical oncology and the available techniques of radiation therapy have become more precise and less and less in side effects. So my tip of the day would be to be aware of your breast, you should be aware of any abnormalities or symptoms in terms of any lumps, bumps or any kind of abnormal nipple discharge. Always do a self-breast examination at least once a month. Go to the doctor for a clinical breast examination at least once in a year. Do a mammogram of your breast as a screening protocol for women above 40 years.

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I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care.
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Dr. Ashish Goel is working as Associate Director at Jaypee Hospital, Noida, Delhi NCR. He has over 20 years’ experience in care of cancer patients. He is well known for his surgical skills and decision making in oncology practice. Dr. Goel has keen interest in treating breast cancer, oral cancer, laryngeal and thyroid cancers, esophageal and lung cancer, gynaecological, urogenital tumors and gastrointestinal malignancies. He has keen interest in breast oncoplasty and sentinel node biopsy, head and neck reconstructive surgery and limb salvage surgery for extremity sarcomas. Dr. Goel completed his MBBS and MS Surgery from JN Medical College Aligarh. He completed DNB in Surgical Oncology from National Board of Examination in first attempt. He was also awarded UICC Fellowship from Tata Memorial Hospital in 2005. He is a keen researcher and has contributed over 20 articles in several journals of repute. He is also a certified PG teacher for DNB Surgical Oncology. Prior to joining Jaypee Hospital he has served as Senior Consultant at BLK Super Speciality Hospital and as Consultant Surgical Oncologist at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Center in Delhi. He has also been associated with Regional Cancer Center Gwalior as Assistant Professor and as Specialist Registrar at Tata Memorial Hospital Mumbai and Mahavir Cancer Sansthan Patna. He has been extensively trained in Thoracic Oncology from Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, Samsung Medical Center Seoul and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA. He has also received training in Head and Neck Oncology & LASER Surgery from Department of Head & Neck Surgery, University of Brescia, Italy and Peritoneal Surface Surgery and HIPEC from Department of Surgical Oncology, Catharina Hospital, Eindhoven, Netherlands.





DNB Surgical Oncology - National Board of Examination, India - 2008
MS Surgery - JN Medical College, Aligarh, Uttar pradesh - 1995
MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery - J N Medical College Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh - 1991
MNAMS - Member Of National Academy Of Medical Sciences - 2019

Past Experience

Senior Consultant Surgical Oncology at BLK Cancer Centre
Consultant Surgical Oncologist at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute
Associate Director Surgical Oncology at Jaypee Hospital

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Awards and Recognitions

Thoracic Oncology Training Samsung Medical Center Seoul
UICC Fellowship from Tata Memorial Hospital Mumbai
Thoracic Oncology Training MSKCC USA

Professional Memberships

Association of Surgeons of India
Indian Society of Oncology
Indian Association of Surgical Oncology
Life Member - Federation for Head Neck Oncology (FHNO)
Oncology Forum
Life Member - Indian Laryngology Society


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