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SURGERY FOR BREAST CANCER IS NOT ABOUT REMOVING BREASTS, ALWAYS… While all this continued as the standard of care for the first 65 years of the 20th century, some smart minds in the medical field started questioning the necessity of performing such radical surgeries to get optimum results. Trials got underway to compare mastectomy versus breast conservation surgery in the 1970s. A pathologist turned surgeon, Dr Umberto Veronesi, pioneered the most convincing trial in Milan. He was able to show that breast conservation surgery (removal of the lump with a surrounding 1 cm margin of normal breast tissue) followed by radiation therapy to the rest of the breast in properly selected patients yielded the same results as a complete removal of the breast. I am quite convinced that it is the pathologist in this surgeon who urged him to go for this trial. He had probably seen while looking at the breast as a pathologist that far too much was being done to address small cancers in the breast. Finally, women with breast cancer had a choice…. For more information on breast cancer, please contact Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, Breast Surgeon, Max Cancer Centre, Delhi, India
Welcome to the Department of Oncology, a center of excellence in patient care, medical education and research. Our doctors and surgeons in the oncology department are specialists in this field and aim to provide coordinated and holistic care that is focused on the complete needs of the patients. Right from cancer screening, early detection, multi-disciplinary treatment to rehabilitation, Max Healthcare provides complete cancer care to patients. Dr. Geeta Kadayaprath - Best Breast Oncologist in Delhi
Breast cancer is a growing problem in India and all of Asia and threatens to deluge our health services by 2030.What is worrisome is that we do not have the resources to match the growing incidence. We have to start looking for indigenous solutions to our problem of breast cancer. We do have a good pool of talent especially in the autonomous institutions and the private sector, doing good work but there is very little support to encourage them to pool together data and make sense of it. The numbers that we see every year should, ideally, have provided us with a lot of answers, had we pooled our data and presented it to the world. In an attempt to push this possibility, I brought together like minded surgeons and created a group, the Delhi Breast Oncology Group (DBOG), on 6th November, 2014.We are in the process of giving it a formal shape and the first step in this direction will be taken on the 3rd of January 2014, when we meet again. Max Cancer Centre will host this meeting and the first CME(case discussions) as well on 3.1.15. All clinicians with an interest in breast cancer ( Surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, pathologists etc.)are cordially invited to attend this program. For further information, please contact Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, Head , Breast Surgical Oncology, Max Cancer Centre, Patparganj, Delhi, India
Today, the first Delhi Breast Oncology Group (DBOG) CME was held in Max Patparganj, Delhi. There is a palpable enthusiasm in the creation of this group which will be one of the subspecialty arms of the Oncology Forum. The meeting started with myself introducing the proposed functional unit of DBOG. The proposal was to have coordinators for various tasks assisted by committees.There will be stock taking at each CME to be held on the first saturday, every two months. The Secretary will coordinate the pre-CME meetings at each of the CMEs. The CME itself was an academic feast with 3 case discussions and review of literature relevant to each topic. Dr Vineeta Goel, Radiation Oncologist at Max Cancer Centre, Patparganj, presented the relevance of radiation in 1-3 positive axillary nodes. Dr Randeep Singh, Medical Oncologist at Max Cancer Centre, Patparganj, presented a case of metastatic triple positive breast cancer and the current treatment options and Dr Rohan Khandelwal, Breast Surgeon at Max Cancer Centre, Saket presented a case of Triple negative breast cancer and brought in Dr Amit Verma, Genetic consultant, to unravel the rogue pathways involved in Triple negative breast cancer. The meeting ended with Dr Vaishali Zamre, Senior Consultant, Surgical Oncology, Action Balaji Hospital, Delhi, accepting the responsibility of holding the next meeting at Action Balaji Hospital. The presence of 80 attendees at this CME was a reaffirmation of the fact that like minded people need to work together to achieve larger goals.A beginning has been made.....and there is a lot to do to make big strides in the right direction. I thank all the participants for being part of this endeavor and hope to see you all on 7th March, 2015 at Action Balaji. For further details, please contact Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, Head, Breast Surgical Oncology, Max Cancer Centre, Patparganj Delhi
Indian Medical Association, East Delhi branch presented this certificate to Dr. Geeta Kadayaprath as Speaker on 'CME on Management of CA Breast'.
ARE YOU PURSUING A DNB IN SURGICAL, MEDICAL OR RADIATION ONCOLOGY? Are you a surgeon or physician aspiring to be an oncologist? If yes, then this is for you! ‘Max institute of Cancer Care, Patparganj and Vaishali presents C4.... Challenging Case Capsules in Cancer.. The competition , on 18th March 2018, at the Russian centre for Science and Culture, 24, Firozshah Road, New Delhi. This is your opportunity to learn and interact with potential examiners from around the country Know what to say and how much to say in an exam Test your preparedness in the Quiz prelims and stand a chance to play in the Final Quiz- Adrenalin Rush Each of you stands to win a prize! This is as good as it gets with many surprise prizes to win throughout the day and Cash prizes for the winners’ Here is the link to the Event https://youtu.be/vIMkQCpBtBo For free on line registrations please visit https://goo.gl/forms/FAMUNtwh9eyEjfne2
LETTING GO During my years in medical school, it was always tough to lay your hands on the best books available. They were outrageously expensive for a middle class student like me. My dad would still want me to have the best. He would put aside his needs and my mother would spend less on the essentials so that I could have expensive reference books in medicine and surgery. I devoured on Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine and Schwartz’s Surgical textbook. They were hard to reproduce in the exams but were succinct in their explanations of the various diseases that plagued the amazing human body. The last I read from these books is more than 20 years. They occupied a corner on my bookshelf and gathered dust. They would catch the corner of my eye, occasionally and I would clear the dust as a sweeping sense of nostalgia overcame me. With my daughter’s books jostling for space, I decided to make space for her while the house was being painted. I brought these old books down, turned a few pages with a lump catching my throat. I realised, there time was past.All the information I ever wanted was just a click of a button away. A lot has changed since the time they were the only prized possessions I ever had. They had to go... the new had to make space for the old. Their life had come one full circle!
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