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16Nov 2021

The Times of India : LIVA Miss Diva Universe 2021 Harnaaz Sandhu creates awareness

LIVA Miss Diva Universe 2021 Harnaaz Sandhu was invited to be a part of the free health camp awareness organised by the Israel Embassy in association with Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre and Khushi (NGO). Harnaaz, who feels close to the cause, met women at the health camp, discussed the struggles they face in talking about feminine hygiene and encouraged women to take help of medical professionals at camps like these.

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28Oct 2021

IANS Live : Men, transgenders are also at risk of breast cancer

While breast cancer among women is well known, men as well as transgenders can also be at risk, said experts on Thursday. The experts said that social stigma and lack of awareness hold back people from taking timely treatment, driving overall less survival rates for men than for women. According to the American Cancer Society, a man's lifetime risk of developing breast cancer is...

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25Oct 2021

IANS Live : Art as healing brings strokes of happiness for patients in India

Touted as a Western phenomenon to date, art-based healing is seeing more and more health practitioners in India now turning towards it -- instead of only depending on diagnostic tools, allopathic and other medicines - to treat certain conditions with terminally-ill patients and those suffering from various stress and neurocognitive disorders, especially in the pandemic times... Using a similar therapy, doctors at the Rajiv Gandhi Can...

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26Oct 2021

The Free Press Journal : Know how patients in India are healing through art therapy

Touted as a Western phenomenon to date, art-based healing is seeing more and more health practitioners in India now turning towards it -- instead of only depending on diagnostic tools, allopathic and other medicines - to treat certain conditions with terminally-ill patients and those suffering from various stress and neurocognitive disorders, especially in the pandemic times... Using a similar therapy, doctors at the Rajiv Gandhi Can...

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28Sep 2021

RGCIRC experts discuss new perspectives in cancer care in India Gangtok

Two of the topmost specialists ,from Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre (RGCIRC), Delhi visited Gangtok to hold a conclave with city based doctors on new therapies, innovations and ways to diagnose and treat cancer. The conclave was held in collaboration with STNM Hospital Gangtok. Dr Sudhir K Rawal, Medical Director & Chief of Genito Uro Oncology at RGCIRC shared new on insights on Robotics in Uro Oncology while Dr Vineet Talwar, Director - Medical Oncology at RGCIRC made a well-re...

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29Sep 2021

Good nutrition is must during cancer treatment

“Nutrition plays a vital role in recovery from cancer and even post treatment. An estimated 80 per cent of advanced cancer patients suffer from malnutrition causing adverse effects on their body functions and treatment outcomes," stated Dr Vineet Talwar, director, medical oncology at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre (RGCIRC).  

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04Sep 2021

Cancer Patient & Use Of Alternative Medicines- A Reality or Enigma : RGCIRC Study

A research carried out at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre Delhi (RGCIRC) has revealed wide usage of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) amongst cancer patients in India. “A significant correlation was found between level of psychological distress with the use of CAM therapies meaning that with increasing levels of psychological distress, patients tend to choose CAM more often ”, said Dr Vineet Talwar, Director Medical Oncology RGCIRC who headed the team of...

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04Jul 2021

RGCIRC Celebrates Silver Jubilee With thanksgiving To Medical Professionals

Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre (RGCIRC), celebrated the completion of 25 years on July 2nd, 2021. However, instead of a grand celebration, a quieter ceremony marked the occasion with thanksgiving to all the medical professionals who sacrificed their comforts and lives in serving humanity through one of the toughest health emergencies ever witnessed.

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13Jun 2021

Brain Tumor Day Media Coverage

Headache is a day to day common problem,  but it may also be the warning symptom of brain tumor. When  headache is  bursting in nature headache, it appears in the morning when you get up from bed and associated with  vomiting. One needs to read the warning signs early and undergo investigations if there is anything abnormal, said Dr. I. C. Premsagar, Sr. Consultant & Chief of Neuro & Spine Surgery at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre (RGCIRC) on the occasio...

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07Jun 2021

World Environment Day Media Coverage

Environment Day: Climate change, toxic air remain issues of deep concern for India, say experts Experts said while air pollution was a leading cause of asthma, stroke, lung cancer and premature deaths, climate change has a sizable impact on health too as it acts as a driver of disease migration affecting the lives of many. Dr Swarupa Mitra, Senior Consultant and Chief of Gynaecological and Genitourinary Radiation Oncology at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC) said a continuous increase in the number of pollu...

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31May 2021

World No Tobacco Day Media Coverage

With mortality rates of Covid-19 being higher among patients with co-morbidities which are directly related to tobacco, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC) has launched an awareness drive to convince people to quit smoking during these times of health crisis. It is well established that tobacco is a key reason for co-morbidities in a person such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, chronic respiratory disease and cancer.

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13May 2021

Nursing Day Celebration 2021

Nurses are the cutting edge of battling the ongoing pandemic, making the most of their calibre and providing selfless care, said Lt Col Madhumita Dhall, Director Nursing at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre (RGCIRC) on the occasion of Nurses Day Celebration. RGCIRC celebrated Nurses Day 2021 through various activities such as lamp lighting, a pledge taking ceremony and a webinar. The Florence Nightingale pledge was taken by all the nurses across all the wards administered by respective incharges.

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08Apr 2021

World Health Day 2021

World Health Day 2021 - Inputs on benefits of screening & early detection were shared by the experts.

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04Jan 2021

Certificate of appreciation : Swachh Sarvekshan 2021

Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Center, Rohini, has stood first for the outstanding performance as a good will ambassador in the "Swachh Bharat Mission" and has been awarded the certificate of appreciation.

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04Feb 2021

Only my health : World Cancer Day 2021

Cancer, also known as malignancy is an abnormal growth of cells that can develop in any part of your body including breast, skin, lung, kidney, colon, prostate and even inside your mouth. Read more to understand Oral Cancer better

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