The Statesman – ‘Meet on challenges of sarcoma’

Published : 24 August, 2023

Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute (RGCI) Delhi has organised a meeting on the challenges of inappropriate diagnosis and its impact on treating bone tumours or Sarcoma. “Sometimes the sarcoma tumor goes undiagnosed in limbs or an inappropriate surgery is done.To address this, a meeting focusing on making general orthopedic surgeons and others aware of right ways to evaluate bone tumour and its diagnosis, organised in the Capital,” said Dr. Himanshu Rohela, consultant and head orthopaedic oncology RGCI and organising secretary of ORP meet.

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