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Dr. Debanshu.S. Bhaduri

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Oncologist, Pune

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Dr. Debanshu.S. Bhaduri is an experienced Oncologist in Koregaon Park, Pune. He is a qualified MBBS . You can consult Dr. Debanshu.S. Bhaduri at Inlaks and Budhrani Hospital in Koregaon Park, Pune. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Debanshu.S. Bhaduri on Lybrate.com.

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Hi my mother is 61. She detects brest cancer. I am from Malda, Westbengal.wht should I do now? Any homeopathy doctor for remedy? Or I should visit oncologist. Cost of total treatment approx.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery, M.R.C.S. England, M.Ch. Surgical Oncology, DNB Surgical Oncology, FEBS Surgical Oncology, DNB General Surgery, MNAMS, FMAS, FIAGES, FAIS, FICS, FEBS Breast Surgery, FACS, Fellowship IFHNOS & MSKCC USA, Fellowship in breast and oncplastic Surgery
Oncologist, Mumbai
The cure rates for breast cancer of early stage is in range of 90-95 % depending upon the type of cancer and the immunohistochemistry with proper treatment. If locally advanced, still the cure rates are 75-85%. In metastatic setting the cure rates are lower. She needs a proper evaluation by a breast surgeon, which entails a history and clinical examination with a mammography and an ultrasound if not done already. Mammography gives an idea about the whole breast and Opposite Breast. I prefer a core Biopsy, which gives an idea about the grade, type and immunohistochemistry of cancer, which is important for getting an idea about the prognosis and deciding the line of treatment. (I am not comfortable operating based on FNAC as it has false negative’s aswell as false positives) If Cancer is locally advanced or some times in large operable wanting breast conservation surgery or some early Breast cancers which are Triple negative or Her 2 +ve, then upfront chemotherapy is preferred before surgery. If locally advanced or > 5 cms then we prefer doing a pet scan or a CECT abdomen and pelvis with a bone scan to rule out spread of cancer. Surgery for the breast may be lumpectomy or a mastectomy. Axillary surgery may be sentinel node biopsy or an Axillary nodal clearance. If conservation then the reconstruction could be with oncoplasty which approximates the Breast tissue to prevent deformity (but leads to smaller breast if large lump excised and needs mammoplasty of that breast as well as reduction of Opposite Breast), or using the latest chest wall perforator flaps (new technique to avoid deformity or reduction of breast size especially after a large lumpectomy in a small Breast, which I have learnt in UK and is becoming quite popular there as the size of both breasts remains same) After the surgery, chemotherapy is given (if not given before or courses not completed) the type of chemotherapy or targeted therapy varies according to the report. All lumpectomy and mastectomy for large and node positive cancers need radiation therapy too, which is given after the chemotherapy. Also depending upon the immunohistochemistry, targeted therapy (transtuzumab) May be advised for 1 year and hormonal therapy for 5-10 years. The follow up would be with annual mammogram, clinical examination with some blood tests. If found to be metastatic then treatment would be mainly chemotherapy and hormonal therapy, with surgery for good responders or in cases of bleeding, where radiation is the other option. The cost of surgery in my hospital is around 1.25 lacs. But if non affording then we have charity cell, who will assess your financial status based on your salary slip and income certificate and if weaker section, they may provide concession of 10-50% on the whole bill. Radiation can also cost around 2 lacs (if weaker section around 60k). Chemotherapy cost depends on the type of chemo according to the report. Will range from 1.2 lacs to 8 lacs depending upon the report of the patient. (if early cancer, we may be able to avoid chemotherapy) Feel free to contact me directly if you want to share the reports or discuss this further.
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Hello Ma'am, My mom is having breast cancer and we did biopsy test. Below is the report: Nature of Material Received: Left breast lump Core Bx [1 Biopsy] Gross Description: Received multiple cores aggregating to 0.5x0.4 cm submitted entirely. Microscopic Description: Left breast core biopsy: Invasive breast carcinoma, no special type, Grade III. Modified R.B. Score: 3+3+3 = 9. Dense lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate is seen. Ductal carcinoma in situ is not identified. IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY, ER: Negative. PR: Negative. HER 2/neu (Ventana): Negative. Could you please me this report. Thanks.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery, M.R.C.S. England, M.Ch. Surgical Oncology, DNB Surgical Oncology, FEBS Surgical Oncology, DNB General Surgery, MNAMS, FMAS, FIAGES, FAIS, FICS, FEBS Breast Surgery, FACS, Fellowship IFHNOS & MSKCC USA, Fellowship in breast and oncplastic Surgery
Oncologist, Mumbai
It is a triple negative grade 3 invasive ductal cancer. The treatment will depend on clinical and mammography findings. If large tumor or nodes positive, she would need neoadjuvant chemotherapy with marker into the tumour especially if planning for breast conservation surgery. If small tumour, upfront surgery with breast conservation may be offered. Axillary surgery will be sentinel node biopsy if clinically negative nodes. If clinically positive or sentinel node is positive then Axillary clearance will be needed. If multifocal or very large tumour, then mastectomy would be needed. The chemotherapy is usually needed in triple negative cancers. Radiation is needed if conservation surgery is done. Also it is given post mastectomy if large tumour or nodes are positive. The prognosis of triple negative cancer also depends on the stage of the tumour. Feel free to contact me directly if you want to discuss this further.
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Pap Smear: All the Details You Wanted

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Pap Smear: All the Details You Wanted

The Pap Smear Test or the Pap Test is a screening test for cervical cancer. This test helps in detecting the possible growth and presence of precancerous as well as cancerous cells within the cervix - the opening of the uterus. This test was named after the doctor who discovered its use when it comes to detecting the signs of the early onset of this kind of cancer.

Let us find out more about the Pap Smear Test:

  • Reasons: The main reason behind getting a Pap Smear Test done on a regular basis is to rule out any risk or sign of cervical cancer. Also, it can help in detecting the 40 sexually transmitted viruses that may be lurking around in your system. It is a fact that genital warts are born from the presence of the Human Papillomavirus or HPV which can be of 100 different types - out of which 40 lead to STDs. These STDs can be the start point of cervical cancer.
  • HPV and the Pap Smear test: The Pap Smear Test may not be able to detect the exact kind of virus, but it can easily detect any cellular growth and changes that may be caused due to the virus. This helps in homing on to the risk or the beginning of cancer. In case this is detected, then the treatment can start before the problem becomes too difficult to manage.
  • Candidates: The perfect candidates for the Pap Smear Test include women who have crossed the age of 21 years or above. Also, women who have a weak immune system due to the presence of the HIV virus also need to get this test done regularly as they are prone to risk of contracting cancer and infections, more than others. Once a woman over 30 years of age has had three normal Pap Smear readings in a row, she can ask her doctor to schedule her for a Pap Smear Test once in five years.
  • Preparation: To begin with, you must ensure that you are not menstruating on the day of the test, in which case it will have to be rescheduled. Avoid having sex at least a few nights before the test as well.
  • Procedure: The procedure for the test is pretty quick, but a little uncomfortable. The doctor will ask you to lie down before putting your legs up in stirrups and then insert a speculum into the vagina so as to extract sample cells for testing. The scraping action may cause mild pain later.

Get in touch with your doctor about getting regular Pap Smears to rule out the possibility of cervical cancer.

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I want to ask about the vaccination for cervical cancer can it be given after sexual intercourse and how a person becomes HPV affected. Can it be given if sexual intercourse in done using protection.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
HPV vaccination can be given between 9-26 years of age ,ideally should be given before commencement of sexual activity. But can be given after commencement of sexual activity also HPV infection is sexualy transmitted. HPV infection isthe main cause of cervical cancer, vaccination prevents HPV infection thus prevents cervical cancer.
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My mother was operated for her Papillary cancer. Took Radio Iodine therapy. But, did not worked. Would you please suggest for further treatment. Also could you please let me know is there any reasons that Thyroid tissue did not taken Radioiodine (I -131)

MBBS, MD, CCEPC, FISSP, OBS, NFPM
Oncologist, Delhi
In some cases only stage 3 and 4 cancers can be delayed with chemo - radiation. It is to be remember always that first best and safe treatment for advanced cancers is pain relief treatment with MIPI. Only then one should take other treatments. Pain free journey of cancer ie pain free cancer treatment helps in prolongation of life. Contact on phone or over lybrate for further discussion.
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I have lump in my left side breast and it's starts paining and in armpit someone told me that is sign of breast cancer. Is it true. Please help.

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery, M.R.C.S. England, M.Ch. Surgical Oncology, DNB Surgical Oncology, FEBS Surgical Oncology, DNB General Surgery, MNAMS, FMAS, FIAGES, FAIS, FICS, FEBS Breast Surgery, FACS, Fellowship IFHNOS & MSKCC USA, Fellowship in breast and oncplastic Surgery
Oncologist, Mumbai
Pain in the breasts could be due to cyclical mastalgia, fibrocystic disease, hormonal changes due to OC pills or pregnancy, granulomatous mastitis, abscess, cysts and rarely cancer. The treatment would depend upon the cause. Most common cause is cyclical mastalgia due to fibrocystic changes, which usually resolve with time. Treatment may be given if severe pain. Better to see a breast surgeon who would examine you, ask for an ultrasound with mammogram (not in young patients) and core biopsy if needed. If you want to further discuss your symptoms, feel free to contact me directly.
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Taking veltam f for enlarge prostate for five days. I had stopped it 5 days ago in response to its side effect of decreased sperm coming out during masturbation. So I want to ask how many days will it take to revert back to normal?

MCh - Urology, MBBS
Urologist, Chennai
Taking veltam f for enlarge prostate for five days. I had stopped it 5 days ago in response to its side effect of dec...
Why were you taking Veltam. The retrograde ejaculation is a side effect of Veltam and gets reverted back to normal once drug is stopped.
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