RGCIRC has been awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by NDMC under the “Swachh Survekshan 2020” program. The hospital has ranked second in the Hospital category for its outstanding performance as a goodwill ambassador in the city for Swachh Bharat Mission
Dr. (Col) Arvind K. Chaturvedi, Director, Prof. of Radiology, Head of Radiology & imaging, RGCI, Delhi, talks to ET Health world about the newer methods that have been introduced to kill tumors without surgery. YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCxBZeeur4Y
During the CME , Moradabad , RGCIRC Experts ,Dr. Amita Naithani and Dr. Leena Dadwal focused on the importance of regular screening to prevent cancer. They said, with proper screenings, most of the cancers in women can be detected early by identifying the symptoms.
Prevention is better than cure in cancer ! The two experts, Dr Vineet Talwar and Dr Jaskaran Singh Sethi, were in Panipat for a doctors' conclave organized by Indian Medical Association(IMA) Panipat. The programme was presided over by Dr Pawan Bansal and Dr Mohit Anand, President and Secretary respectively of IMA Panipat, wherein main focus was given on prevention of cancer by monitoring the lifestyle & protecting the environment.
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Lung and cervical Cancers curable if detected early: Lung and cervical cancers, two of the most common cancers in India are curable if diagnosed early and treated property. This was stated by Dr Manish Sharma and Dr Leena Dadhwal, two experts from Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC), Niti Bagh, South Delhi who were in Faridabad to conduct a Continuing Medical Education (CME) programme for city based doctors in association with National Integrated Medical Association (NIMA)Faridabad.
Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre spread positivity with Cancer Survivor Children Cancer survivorship is an inspiring testimony to the spirit of never-say-die in human beings, their resilience against odds and determination to beat the cancer. Celebrating Life, the iconic survivorship day for children to spread positivity was held on 2nd Nov 2019 in New Delhi