cancer doctor in Bangladesh

Medical Oncologist in India

Dr. Tara Chand Gupta

M.D. D.M. Medical Oncology

Specialist in Chemotherapy, Targeted Therapy
and Immunotherapy


Bhagwan Mahaveer Hospital
& Research Center, Jaipur

Time : 9 AM To 4 PM



you are injected your own blood which was made such that it fights with the cancer cells.


Chemotherapy uses one or more anti-cancer drugs to targets the cancer cells.

Targeted Therapy
Targeted Therapy

Targeted therapy works by targeting the specific cancer genes and proteins that contribute to cancer growth.

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.


Breast Cancer

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

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.

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.

What is Prostate Cancer?

It is a walnut-sized gland which 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 grows out of control in the prostate gland.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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