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Cancer could be of many types and can be occur at many different body parts. We provide the following cancer treatments using different therapies. We build trust with our patient for faster recovery and best satisfaction of the patient.

Dr. Tara Chand Gupta

M.D. D.M. Medical Oncology

Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai

Specialist in Chemotherapy, Targeted Therapy and Immunotherapy

Dr. Tara Chand Gupta, a medical oncologist, is having more than 7years of experience in Oncology. He was amongst the top 5 candidates in all India Level Entrance test of Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.

He started his medical journey from the prestigious S.M.S Medical College, Jaipur in 2001 by reaching the top 30th position in Rajasthan Pre-Medical Examination. After M.B.B.S, he pursued M.D in General Medicine from the S.N Medical College, Agra.

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    Our Oncologists Services

    Along with providing the best consultation of cancer, our oncologist provides you the therapies depending upon your cancer. The therapies includes Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, Hormonal Therapy and others.

    Stories of People who Triumph over Cancer

    Remember, Cancer is just a word not a sentence. It is a curable disease if diagnosed on time. Know about these person who defeat the battle against cancer and living a fruitful life.

    Contact the best oncologist near you to get the immediate consultation for your cancer treatment.

    We strive to provide you a complete cure over cancer. Cancer is no more an untreatable disease. If consulted at the right stage it can be cured completely.

    How it helps you stay strong

    Cancer disease can shatter the life of any individual. In this time, you need complete support from your family while the doctor strives his best to provide you best treatment.

    What the doctor will do

    1Complete Diagnosis
    2Evaluate the Stage
    3Provide the treatment
    4Follow up & Response of Treatment

    Patient & Family Responsiblity

    1 Need support from family
    2 Proper healthy diet
    3 Behavioral therapy: Yoga and Music
    4 Adhere to treatment

    FAQ

    What is Prostate Cancer?

    Ans: It is a walnut-sized gland that is a part of the reproductive system of a man. It is located below the bladder and in front of the rectum. It occurs when cells grow out of control in the prostate gland.

    What are the risk factors for developing prostate cancer:

    Ans: The primary risk factor is an age of above 60 years, as the 60% cases are found in persons aged above 65 years, and the average diagnosis age is 66.

    What common symptoms of Prostate cancer?

    Ans: For many males, there could be no symptoms, this is why screening is important. The symptoms commonly found are:

    • Frequent urgency of urination
    • Pain during urination
    • Weak or disrupting urination
    • Trouble in having an erection
    • Painful ejaculation
    • Blood in the urine

    How to diagnose prostate cancer?

    Ans: Both blood tests and physical examination are required in diagnosing prostate cancer. A test Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test measures PSA levels in the blood. It is a protein produced by the prostate, its high level in blood may indicate prostate cancer.

    Physical examination includes digital rectal examination (DRE), in which a doctor inserts a finger into the rectum to feel the prostate gland. A lump in it can indicate prostate cancer.

    How is prostate cancer treated?

    The treatment of prostate cancer depends upon its stages:

    In stage 1: No symptoms are in stage 1 as the cancer is in the only prostate. “Active Surveillance” is to monitor cancer.

    In stage 2: Cancer is still in the prostate but is larger and PSA levels get an increase. Active surveillance along with the removal of prostate & surrounding tissue, radiation therapy are treatment options.

    In stage 3: Cancer grows outside the prostate but doesn’t spread. The treatment includes radiation therapy,

     

    In stage 4: Cancer spreads to nearby tissues and lymph nodes. Stage 4 cancers are treatable with all other methods of previous stages.

    What are Survival rates in prostate cancer have improved?

    Ans: Prostate cancer survival rates have improved by a good extent over the years. Today, the number of deaths is approx. 24 per 100,000 cases, while it was 39 per 100,000 patients in the years 1991-1994.

    When should I start testing for prostate cancer?

    Ans: After reaching the age of 50, you should start a routine for prostate cancer.

    To whom should I meet for Treatment of prostate cancer?

    Ans: If you are facing prostate cancer you should consult an oncologist. Oncologists are experts in treating such cancers.

    What is a multi-disciplinary team (MDT)?

    Ans: The Multi-disciplinary team (MDT) is a team of healthcare professionals with the necessary skills to diagnose and treat patients with cancers like leukemia, lymphoma.

    If there is a lump in the breast, it is always cancer.

    Mostly, breast lumps are not cancerous. The common types of non-cancerous breast lumps are fibrosis (fibrous breast tissue in large amounts) and cysts (fluid-filled sacs). In case you notice any breast lumps or changes in one of your breasts consult your doctor.

    The risk factor of breast cancer can’t be inherited.

    No. Women having a family with a strong history of breast cancer have a higher risk compared with others of developing this disease. In fact, the risk gets double if your mother, sister, daughter has suffered from this disease.

    Which is the most commonly found breast cancer?

    Invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC) is one of the most common breast cancer and accounts for 80% of breast cancer cases.

    It begins in the milk duct of the breast and then infiltrates the fibrous tissue of the breast. After this, the cancer cells then have the capability to other parts of the body.

    Do benign tumours have the capability of metastasizing?

    No, benign itself means no metastasizing. These tumors don’t have the capability of uncontrolled growth and can’t grow into the other tissues.

    Breast pain is the most common symptom of breast cancer.

    No, breast pain is not a common symptom of breast cancer. In fact, many times on screening, it is found that breast cancers are very small and don’t produce symptoms at all.

    What should I do if I found a lump in the breast?

    On finding a lump is found you should immediately consult your doctor. It is not necessary every breast lump or masses are not cancer.

    Reason why you should choose us

    Cancer can be treated only by an expert. We provide you therapies and treatment after the proper diagnosis by an expert oncologist doctor.