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Transversus Abdominis Plane (Tap) Block Neurolysis For Abdominal Wall Pain in Cancer

Pain is a common symptom associated with cancer. It is treated all over the world by using the WHO analgesic ladder approach and opioids along with some adjuvants remain the mainstay of treatment for cancer pain management. There are a few subset of patients who have progressive disease and continue to have pain despite heavy doses of analgesics. Such patients are treated with the help of regional nerve blocks/sympathetic neurolysis/epidural injections under image guidance. Recently a new subsection of ... Read More

Webinar with IMA Saharanpur

RGCIRC organized a webinar in association with IMA Saharanpur on Friday, 29th January 2021 though Zoom. Dr. Kundan Singh Chufal, Sr. Consultant and Chief of Breast and Thoracic Radiation Oncology delivered a lecture on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Its Role in Oncology: Can AI Help Medical Management to Be Efficient? and Dr. Manish Sharma, Consultant – Medical Oncology spoke on Two Decades of Cancer Research Progress in the said virtual meeting. The webinar was well appreciated by the gathering. Read More

Live Healthy Life with Your Loved Ones

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world and according to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), which said that one in 10 Indians will develop cancer during their lifetime and one in 15 will die of the disease. Cancer puts a significant amount of pressure on patients and their dear ones. Although notable progress in the field of Read More

You Should Aware About Different Types Of Cancer

  Cancer is one of those deadly diseases that spares no one. It silently comes unannounced and one cannot even begin to fathom how they got it in the first place. It is life-threatening in most of its forms and can also leave the person with permanent ailments. It not only affects the person who is diagnosed with it but also takes a big toll on the people surrounding the patient. It is of paramou... Read More

How to Detect the Sign and Symptoms of Cancer

What is Cancer Cancer is an amalgam of diseases in which the body’s cells begin to divide but are unable to stop after a certain point of cell growth. Cancer is a disease that can start anywhere on or inside the body. This is due to the breakdown of the machinery that tells the cells to stop multiplying further. In this case, the cells keep multiplying and cause extraneous growths known as tumo... Read More

How to Protect Yourself From the Risk of Cancer

  Cancer : One of the Dangerous Diseases in India The National Cancer Registry Programme of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) stated that 1300 or more people die of cancer in India every day. From 2012 to 2014, the cancer mortality rate has increased by as much as 6 percent. As far as the statistics are concerned, the Population Cancer Registry of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) ... Read More

Soft Tissue Sarcoma

Soft tissue sarcoma’s comprises 2% of all cancers. Sarcomas can start anywhere in the body, typically muscles, blood vessels, nerves, fat, joints and tissues. More than 30 different types of sarcomas have been identified and are usually named on the type of tissue they start like liposarcomas for fat tumours, rhabdomyosarcomas for muscle tumours, angiosarcomas for blood vessel tumours etc. Warning Signs A new lump or Increase in... Read More

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Squamous cell Carcinoma (SCC) is a type of skin cancer which usually presents as non healing ulcers but can grow below the skin and spread to draining nodes or distant organs. Warning Signs Sore or wound that doesn’t heal Flat or little raised red/ brown patch that can have bleeding, itching, pain Risk Factors  Certain factors are associated with an increase... Read More

Malignant Melanoma

  Malignant melanoma is a type of skin cancer which begins in a cells called as melanocytes (these cells gives pigment to the skin). It is more commonly seen in the white population and is related to the skin damage caused by ultraviolet rays of sun. Warning Signs Change in size, shape, colour, bleeding or ulceration of any pre-existing mole Any new spots/moles – brown, black or red Read More

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