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About Dr. Harit Chaturvedi

Dr. Harit Chaturvedi started his oncology career at the esteemed and well known Cancer Institute, Adyar (Chennai). Dr. Chaturvedi has performed surgeries at live surgical workshops and has been championing the cause for cancer awareness and been a crusader against Tobacco for the last 15 years through various cancer foundations. He is widely respected for his clinical and surgical skills.

President, Oncology Forum

President, Indian Association of Surgical Oncologists

Founder President, Core Cancer Foundation

Member, Delhi Medical Association

Member, Association of Surgeons of India

Immediate Past President, India Society of Oncology

Member, Association of Breast Surgeons of India (ABSI)



Breast Cancer

Breast cancer, occurring almost entirely in women, but can occur in men too, is a malignant tumor that starts in the cells of the breast.

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Gastric Intestinal cancer

Urologic cancers include cancers of the bladder, kidney, prostate and testicles, all relatively common.

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Thoracic cancer

Oral cancer or mouth cancer is a type of head and neck cancer in which any cancerous tissue growth is found in the oral cavity.

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Gynae Cancer

Stomach cancer, also known as gastric cancer, is a cancer that develops from the lining of the stomach.

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Head & Neck Cancer

Head and neck cancer is a cancer that starts in the lip, oral cavity (mouth), nasal cavity (inside the nose), paranasal sinuses,

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Musculo Skeletal cancers

Brain Cancers to recommend the most appropriate treatment plan in order to maintain.

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FAQ About Cancer

How does Cancer start?
The exact mechanism of transformation of normal cells to become cancerous is still not known. However, several factors are known to produce cancer-like tobacco in the form of moking and chewing, alchohol, radiation, asbestos, certain chemicals, excessive fat consumption, viruses etc.
Is Cancer Hereditary?
Certain cancers are seen to occur in families. This does not mean that the disease has been transmitted from parent to children through genetic material. The same life style usually run in families and this could as well be the reason.Scientists believe that if there is a hereditary component, its effect is indeed very little.
Do Viruses cause Cancer?
There is good evidence to suspect that viruses may cause cancer in humans – leukaemia, nasopharyngeal cancer, liver and cervix cancer are considered now as being caused by viruses.
Is Radiation a cause for Cancer?
Radiation is widely used to diagnose many diseases. Radiation is also a very successful method to treat cancer. These are absolutely proper and safe uses. However Radiation is extremely dangerous and can cause cancer when not properly handled. Over exposure to X-rays, or byproducts of atomic radiation can contribute to the development of cancer especially leukaemia. is good evidence to suspect that viruses may cause cancer in humans – leukaemia, nasopharyngeal cancer, liver and cervix cancer are considered now as being caused by viruses.
What are the most common Cancers seen in Indians?
Cancer affects different body organs due to a variety of factors and in India there are variations in the occurence and pattern of cancer. However, in our men, the majority of all cancers are found in mouth and throat, lung, stomach, gullet etc. and in women, they are found in large numbers in uterus[cervix], breast, mouth and throat.

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