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Chemotherapy in Stage 4 lung cancer!
Though newer molecular targeted therapies and immunotherapy has revolutionized  treatment of stage 4 lung cancer ,chemotherapy still remains the b...
Dr.Rahul Kulkarni
DIET DURING CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY
We all know that eating healthy food is important when we are well. But it is even more important when someone is receiving cancer treatment. ...
Mission Cancer Prevention | 8 simple ways to reduce your risk of Cancer!!
What can we do to prevent cancer??? This is one of the commonest questions asked to us by many people and especially relatives of cancer patients....
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Treating Cancers in elderly....how old is too old??
As an oncologist, I come across lot of elderly patients who are diagnosed with cancers. Some are lucky enough to be diagnosed at early stages whil...
Dr. Rahul Kulkarni
Dr. Rahul Kulkarni
10 things to discuss in your first meeting with your Oncologist!!
When someone is suspected or diagnosed with Cancer, there are lot of questions which arise in the mind of patient as well as the relatives. Also t...
IMMUNOTHERAPY IN CANCER TREATMENT
IMMUNOTHERAPY IN CANCER TREATMENT
What is Immunotherapy?   Cancer immunotherapy is the artificial stimulation of the immune system to treat cancer. It helps in improving the immun...
Dr Rahul Kulkarni - Medical Oncologist
Scan QR To Learn Oncology Basic From Dr. Rahul Kulkarni
Learn Oncology Basics from one of the renowned Medical Oncologists in Pune Dr. Rahul Kulkarni. Subscribe to the Youtube channel.Youtube.com/c/onc...
Breast cancer
Emma Duncan, 33, talks about her experience of having breast cancer
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Preventing cancer
people who have been through cancer treatment talk about what kept them going and the practicalities of treatment.
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Testicular lumps and swellings
Lumps and swellings in the testicles are a relatively common symptom in boys and men, and can have a number of different causes. The vast majority of testicular lumps and swellings are caused by benign (non-cancerous) conditions that may not need treatment, but it's important to know what's normal for you and to see your GP if you notice any changes in your testicles so they can try to identify the cause.
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Testicular lumps and swellings - Causes
Most testicular lumps and swellings are caused by benign (non-cancerous) conditions, although occasionally they can be a symptom of testicular cancer. It's important to see your GP if you notice a lump or swelling in one of your testicles so they can try to identify the cause and arrange any further tests if necessary.
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Soft tissue sarcomas
Soft tissue sarcomas are a group of rare cancers affecting the tissues that connect, support and surround other body structures and organs. Tissues that can be affected by soft tissue sarcomas include fat, muscle, blood vessels, deep skin tissues, tendons and ligaments.
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