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An elderly, healthy gentle man, Mr Rajan Maini, comes in the OPD with his son and wife. Dressed in casual attire, he looks cheerful and content. He has no complaints at all, but he has been diagnosed with a carcinoma, which is curable and in its early stages. He does have some comorbidities, COPD being one. How familiar is this scene in any clinic? How often have we seen the dilemma among the family members and probably among doctors too, for whether to treat him or let him be on his ow... Read More


Lack of standardization in perioperative care can negatively impact patient outcome and inflate the cost burden of surgical care. ERAS is an acronym for Enhanced Recovery After Surgery. ERAS protocols are multimodal, multidisciplinary, patient-centric, perioperative care pathways designed to accelerate patient recovery after surgery by standardizing perioperative care. Initially employed for open colorectal surgery, tailormade ERAS protocols for each surgical stream are now available. E... Read More

Are You Embarrassed By Your Breast Cancer Surgery? Here’s What To Do

Going through breast cancer is physically and emotionally stressful, especially after the surgery. Most women go through a mixture of emotions after their breast cancer surgery. They may be relieved that the cancer is gone but may also feel self-conscious about their appearance.  Breast cancer surgery ca... Read More

How to Test, Diagnose and Detect Cervical Cancer?

Cervix is the bottom area of the uterus, which is connected to the vagina of a female body. When there is a development of abnormal cancer cells in the cervix of a female, it is called cervical cancer. Most cervical cancers are caused by a sexually transmitted disease called HPV (Human Papillomavirus). By going for regular cancer screening and taking an appropriate vaccine, it is possible to fight against HPV disease and easily decrease the chance of the develop... Read More

Most Innovative Medical Treatment for Brain Tumours

There's nothing worse than the feeling that something is wrong with your brain. It's a feeling of utter helplessness and despair to know that there's something inside your head that is slowly killing you.  A brain tumour is a real possibility for many people and the thought of dealing with it is terrifying. Its symptoms can be very subtle at first, making it even harder to detect. But as the tumour grows, it becomes more and more difficult to ignore. The pressu... Read More

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