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16Feb 2022

The Pioneer : Childhood cancer – Doctors call for uniform policy to save kids from scourge

For a country that accounts for more than 25 per cent of the world’s childhood cancer, it is a matter of concern that less than 30 per cent make it to a cancer centre due to poor access to care and funding, low advocacy and late detection. On the occasion of the International Childhood Cancer Day on Tuesday, pediatric oncologists decried the poor state of affairs in treatment of childhood cancer in the country as they called for co...

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15Feb 2022

International Childhood Cancer Day 2022 : Ways to take care of a child’s mental health during treatment

Every year, on February 15, International Childhood Cancer Day is observed to raise awareness about childhood cancer and to express support for children and adolescents with cancer, the survivors and their families. While there's growing awareness about cancer in children, its effect on their mental health is still a matter of acute concern. According to Dr Gauri Kapoor, Medical Director Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research C...

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08Feb 2022

E – Times : Breast Cancer Find out the main causes & symptoms

We at ETimes spoke to Dr. Vaishali Zamre, Sr. Consultant & Chief of Breast Cancer Surgery Unit-2, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC) on symptoms of breast cancer. ETimes: What are the symptoms very specific to breast cancer? There are no very specific symptoms for breast cancer. Symptoms of breast cancer and non-cancerous b...

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16Feb 2022

Punjab Kesari : International Childhood Cancer Day

बच्चों के कैंसर के बारे में जागरूकता की जरुरत नई दिल्ली, (पंजाब केसरी) इंटरनेशनल चाइल्डहुड कैंसर डे (15 फरवरी) के मौके पर राजीव गांधी कैसर इंस्टीट्यूट एवं रिसर्च सेंटर (आरजीसीआईआरसी) की नि...

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03Feb 2022

Navbharat Times : Cervical Cancer: सर्वाइकल कैंसर के बारे में हर महिला को जाननी ज़रूरी है ये बातें

आज हमारे साथ हैं डॉ वंदना जैन (Consultant Gynae Oncology) जो बात करेंगी सर्वाइकल कैंसर के बारे में। डॉ वंदना से जानें इसके होने कारण, इलाज और वो बातें जिनका ध्यान हर महिला को रखना ज़रूरी है।

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04Feb 2022

Navbharat Times : Mouth or Oral Cancer: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment: मुंह के कैंसर के कारण, लक्षण और बचाव

आज हमारे साथ हैं डॉ मुदित अग्रवाल (Unit Head & Senior Consultant from Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre) जो बात करेंगे मुंह के कैंसर के बारे में। मुंह के कैंसर के होने के कारण क्या हैं, इसके लक्षण कैसे पहचानें और अगर मुंह का कैंस...

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04Feb 2022

Navbharat Times : Breast Cancer is curable: ब्रैस्ट कैंसर से कैसे बचें, ध्यान देनी होंगी ये बातें

डॉ वैशाली ज़ामरे (, Sr. Consultant & Chief of Breast Cancer Surgery) आज हमसे बात करेंगी ब्रैस्ट कैंसर के कारण, लक्षण, बचाव और इलाज के बारे। ब्रैस्ट कैंसर का इलाज संभव है लेकिन ध्यान रखनी होगी कुछ बातें। जानिए खुद डॉक्टर से...

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31Jan 2022

हिंदुस्तान : हर महिला को जरूर पता होना चाहिए क्या है सर्वाइकल कैंसर, जाने लक्षण और बचाव

सर्वाइकल कैंसर महिलाओं में सर्विक्स की कोशिकाओं को इफेक्‍ट करता है। सर्विक्स यूट्रस के निचले भाग का हिस्सा है जो वेजाइना से जुड़ा होता है। सर्वाइकल कैंसर इस हिस्‍से की कोशिकाओं को इ...

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28Jan 2022

The Health Site : Cervical Cancer Is The Most Preventable Form Of Cancer: Expert

Though cervical cancer is the most common gynecological cancer amongst women in India, it is one of the most easily preventable cancers. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), more than 45,000 women died of cervical cancer in 2019 in India. There is a need to generate mass awareness about the vaccination to prevent cervical cancer and the need for regular screening, said experts from Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC) Delhi. The month ...

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27Jan 2022

APN News : Cervical Cancer is the most preventable form of cancer: RGCIRC

Cervical cancer, though the most common gynecological cancer amongst women in India, is one of the most easily preventable cancers. According to WHO, over 45000 women died of cervical cancer in 2019 in India. There is a need to generate mass awareness about the vaccination to prevent cervical cancer and the need for regular screening, said experts from Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC) Delhi. The month of January is celebrated as the Cervical Cancer Awareness Mo...

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14Jun 2021

NABH Accreditation – Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre, Delhi

Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre, Delhi has been granted renewal of accreditation under hospital accreditation programme for the scope recommended by the accreditation committee.

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12Dec 2021

E Times : Why we need to shatter the stigma and shame around prostate cancer?

There's a lot of stigma and shame associated with the ailment the society associate the condition with 'manhood.' Experts emphasise the importance of shattering the stigma around prostate cancer by starting a conversation at home to normalise it. Dr Sudhir Rawal, Medical Director and Chief of GenitoUro - Oncology Services, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre (RGCIRC), New Delhi tells us more...

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13Dec 2021

Punjab Kesari : बोन कैंसर में मानक इलाज की आवश्यकता

ओंकोलॉजी फोरम के तहत शहर के अग्रणी कैंसर विशेषज्ञों ने स्टेज-4 के 'ईविंग्स सारकोमा' यानी हड्डियों के कैंसर के इलाज के विकल्पों पर विमर्श किया। राजीव गांधी कैंसर इंस्टीट्यूट एंड रिसर्च सें...

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12Dec 2021

Indian Horizon : Oncology Forum emphasizes on need to standardize care for end-stage bone cancer- Indian Horizon

Leading cancer experts from the city, under the aegis of Oncology Forum, came together to discuss the treatment options of Stage-4 Ewing’s Sarcomas or cancer of the bones. Organized by Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC), the meet had heads of departments from leading cancer care centres including Apollo, Max, Dharamshila, Narayana and Fortis.

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08Dec 2021

The Times of India : New therapies hold promise for cancer cure in India – RGCIRC

New therapies are not only making cancer cure easier and faster but improving the quality of life while having the least detrimental effect on the body. Cancer experts from Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCIRC) New Delhi shared new technologies/ therapies for treating different kinds of cancers. Dr Sudhir K Rawal, Medical Director & Chief of Genito Uro Oncology at RGCIRC shared new insights on Robotics in Uro Oncology while Dr Vineet Tal...

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