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Paras Cancer Centre at Paras Hospitals, Gurugram is the first hospital to provide comprehensive cancer care facilities in Gurugram. The centre is equipped with the latest technology and include PET CT, Gamma Camera, IGRT Linac, Brachytherapy, to provide multi-modality comprehensive treatment to the patient.
Paras Cancer Centre at Paras Hospitals, Gurugram is also supported by one of the best team of cancer specialists and cancer surgeons of national and international repute. The doctors of various cancer modalities – Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Surgical Oncology and Nuclear Medicine, collaborate with other super specialties to ensure that the best clinical care is delivered to the patient.
As a patient, Paras Cancer Centre at Paras Hospitals, Gurugram ensures that your health care team includes a medical oncologist, a surgeon, a radiation oncologist, a nurse, a genetic counselor, a pathologist, a nutritionist, an interventional radiologist, and other professionals dedicated to you and your specific needs. This understanding offers each patient a personalized care plan, designed to achieve the most successful result.
Paras Cancer Centre at Paras Hospitals, Gurugram is equipped with the latest technology to provide super specialty medical expertise for Medical Oncology – Chemotherapy, Hormonal Therapy and Biological Therapy along with Immunotherapy. The centre also has well developed organ specific onco-surgery units for breast cancer surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, head and neck cancer surgery, brain tumor surgery, soft tissue and bone cancer surgery, thoracic cancer surgery, urological cancer surgery, gyne-cancer surgery, to list a few. The surgical oncology division is supported with the latest technology and implements minimally invasive technology in all surgeries providing patient benefit and early recovery.
Paras Cancer Centre at Paras Hospitals, Gurugram specializes in Radiation Therapy and Nuclear Medicine. The team provides medical expertise for high and low dose brachytherapy, Intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT), Intraoperative radiation therapy, Image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT), Stereotactic body radiation therapy or radiotherapy (SBRT) and stereotactic ablative radiation therapy or radiotherapy (SABR), Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT), along with PET CT.
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Our highly trained and motivated surgical oncologists skilfully perform complex tumor removals. Dedicated state-of-art modular operating theatres, recovery and ICU staff ably support them. Site or area specific specialists man the discipline of surgical oncology so that the best possible results can be delivered in this field of cancer therapy.
Organ Based Surgical Units
Advanced Plastic & Reconstructive surgery
This type of the surgery returns the body to normal or near-normal appearance following cancer treatment. The most common restorative surgery is reconstruction of head & neck defects after resection of head & neck cancer by free flap reconstruction. Other common reconstructive procedures are facial reconstruction and testicular implants.
Minimal Access Surgery
Laparoscopic (key-hole) surgery in staging & diagnosis: Advances in computer imaging and robotics have benefited both the surgeons and the patients in equal measures. Using small cameras, miniaturized instruments and imaging equipment, tumors are removed with the smallest possible incision. It helps the patient cosmetically and also reduces the recovery time and complications significantly.
The Department of Medical Oncology offers diagnosis and treatment for the entire gamut of solid tumors (breast, lung, colon, ovary etc.) and hematological malignancies (lymphomas, leukemia, multiple myelomas etc.) affecting both adults and children. The department aims at increasing the life expectancy and optimizing the quality of life of cancer patients by curative chemotherapy, supportive and palliative care.
Radiation therapy is one of the most modern and advanced treatment for cancer and it acts by killing cancer cells with the help of X rays by damaging DNA of tumor cells. Almost two third of the patients suffering from cancer will require this treatment at some point by their life center. Different types of radiation therapy may be administered depending upon the type, size, and location of the