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Press Releases from Dharamshila Hospital and Research Centre (9 total)

Haplo-Identical Bone Marrow Transplantation, “The Glass is Always Half Full”

A 25 year old IT professional was struck with Hodgkin ’s disease which is one of the most curable cancers. He was treated with standard chemotherapy and the disease went away only to reappear a few months later. This time he received local radiation and Autologous Bone Marrow Transplantation (BMT). However, the response was shortlived and the cancer sprung its ugly head within 6 months. The young man and his distraught

Most Promising Healthcare Chain 2014 for Dharamshila Hospital & Research Centre

Eminent Healthcare Expert Dr Sandeep Chatrath receives the prestigious India’s Most Promising Healthcare Chain 2014 for Dharamshila Hospital & Research Centre ILc Power Brand 2014. Dr Sandeep Chatrath also declared by the Jury as the CEO of the Year Healthcare 2014 at Asia’s Biggest Leadership Event, the 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave 2014 The prestigious & coveted Awards were presented in a glittering award ceremony

Dharamshila Hospital Urges To Join Hands To Fight Against Cancer In Children

New Delhi, June 21, 2012: Childhood cancer contributes to nearly 5% of the total cancer burden in India, with approximately 45,000 children diagnosed with cancer every year. As increasing prevalence of cancer among children is becoming a cause of great concern, there is an urgent need to spread awareness about childhood cancers, for timely detection and treatment, say doctors at Dharamshila Hospital and Research Centre, India’s first and only NABH

Dharamshila Hospital Organized A Live Workshop on Composite Resection with Micro …

New Delhi, May 5, 2012 : A live workshop on Head and Neck Cancer Surgeries was organized at Dharamshila Hospital And Research Centre (DHRC). Worldwide Head and Neck cancers are sixth most common cancers in men. In India Head and Neck Cancers are 2nd most common among men and are responsible for 40% of new cancer cases detected annually. Even though 75% of Head and Neck Cancers are caused by

Dharamshila Hospital start its Cancer OPD in Patna, Bihar at Ford Hospital to ca …

New Delhi, Feburary 1, 2012 Dharamshila Hospital And Research Centre, India’s first and only NABH accredited Cancer Hospital, going to start its Cancer OPD in Bihar at Ford Hospital And Research Centre, Patna on 4th and 5th Feburary 2012. Bihar has recorded an alarming rise in the incidence of cancer with an estimated 200,000 people suffering from this killer disease. Lack of awareness among the people about the disease coupled

Clinical Radiation Oncology Training at Mannheim Medical Centre, Germany

New Delhi, June 17, 2011 : Dharamshila Hospital And Research Centre has recently acquired a new Elekta Synergy Linear Accelerator capable of IMRT, IGRT, SRS, SRT and SBRT. The clinical and technical application training of this machine is usually scheduled at a teaching Hospital in Germany. Dr. Hari Mohan, Consultant – Radiation Oncology, Dharamshila Hospital visited Mannheim Medical Centre, Germany for clinical training on Elekta Synergy. Mannheim Medical Centre, Germany

School children does Gandhigiri with ITC

Gurgaon, May 27, 2011: On eve of “World No Tobacco Day” children from various schools in NCR region gathered in front of ITC Green Centre to urge Indian Tobacco Company (better known as ITC, India largest manufacturer of cigarette and also consumer brands like Ashirwad, Sunfeast, Minto, Bingo Chips) to stop making cigarettes which result in more than 700,000(7 lacs deaths every year). The children carried Gandhigiri by showing the gathering

Breast Cancer-Breast Conservation Is A Possibility

New Delhi - April 27, 2011: The incidence of breast cancer is rapidly increasing in India and has overtaken cancer of cervix in Indian women in metropolitan cities. One in 22 Indian women are likely to develop breast cancer during their lifetime. Breast cancer is a disease of old age with the peak incidence in the fifth and sixth decades - but in India the disease is seen a decade

Dharamshila Cancer Hospital in India pioneers in performing challenging Head and …

Department of Surgical Oncology at Dharamshila Hospital Research Centre has achieved another pioneering step by performing challenging Head and Neck Cancer Surgeries. These are not being performed by any other cancer centre in North India with such high success rate. The main objective of these surgeries is to restore normal facial appearance, chewing, swallowing and speech, ensuring a cancer free good quality of life. Why Head And Neck Cancer Surgeries

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