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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
Breast conservation is better than before. With oncoplastic surgery, it is possible to restore the shape of the breast after surgery for breast cancer. Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, Head, Breast Surgical Oncology, Max Cancer Centre, Patparganj, Vaishali, Noida
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
Today Max Patparganj and Vaishali conducted C4 - Challenging Case Capsules in Cancer. What was unique about this event was that it was for and by Oncology trainees. What they brought to the table was oodles of energy and the ability to discuss situations in Oncology with aplomb. They stayed on till the end and the learnings from this endeavour were truly humbling! The experts and the Supreme Panel of judges gave more dimension to the exercise. The energy remained till the very end! The interactions were another level and could not agree more when one of the judges said that the future of Oncology is in safe hands! Thanks a lot to all those who believed in us!! Till we meet again, Adios!!
I was talking to this gentleman who sat across me in the OPD a month ago.His mother has been diagnosed with breast cancer and I was going over the details of treatment with him. He wanted to know how much the entire process would cost and how his mother was morbidly scared about the whole process, considering the fact that his father had recently completed treatment for Cancer of the voice box.During the conversation, I gathered he was their only son, working as a lecturer in an Engineering college and taking care of his parents. He had a sister, who lived in another city. What amazed me was his cool demeanour, his highly organised approach to the problem, his intense concern for his parents and the urge to get things done at the earliest. I could not help but ask him if this situation did not stress him out.He had a job to perform, his own young family to look after and if that was not enough, two ageing parents with cancer. His response was, to say the least, like a whiff of fresh air, in times where many old parents are left to fend for themselves in Old People’s’ Homes. He said, ‘Doctor, I look at this as my good fortune. I see this as a blessing as not many get the opportunity to serve their parents. I feel no stress’. He meant every word of it as I saw him handhold his mother lovingly throughout the process of treatment. I am honoured to know this gentleman. I thank him for restoring my faith in humanity and epitomising the real meaning of ‘Sevabhav’! #Breast Cancer #Max Hospital #Patparganj #Vaishali #East Delhi #Sevabhav
BLESSED TO KNOW MAMTA GOENKA! It had been long since I had met Mamta Goenka.Yesterday we met again!From the time I met her for the first time 7 years ago, I knew I had bumped into a remarkable woman with a heart of gold. She had an openness about her. Her warmth would embrace you much before her physical hug.Her smile would never leave her face. She was a woman in control of herself. She had flown down to Delhi to conduct a Lymphedema workshop for our patients in Max Hospital, Patparganj, on the request of my Radiation Oncology colleague, who had interacted with her in the past and spoke volumes about her selflessness, dedication and commitment to help women cope with difficulties they faced after surgery, for breast cancer, at the TATA Memorial Hospital. Mamta has herself been through the journey of dealing with breast cancer twice, in the last decade.She knew the routine like the back of her hand. She knew what Lymphedema ( arm swelling) was (having dealt with it herself)and how it was an imminent possibility in 20-30% women who underwent axillary surgery for breast cancer. She also knew how debilitating it could be if it was not dealt with correctly. Mamta made it her life mission to teach and train women with breast cancer the exercises, the application of compression sleeves and bandages, drainage etc.to not only deal with Lymphedema but also to prevent it. To make sure she was doing it the right way, she trained herself in the US and Europe. Her passion has helped many a woman steer clear of this unwelcome problem. I call Mamta the ‘Champion Of Champions!’I had the pleasure of meeting her again yesterday as she came back to Delhi yet again to interact with women who needed her expertise. All that was required to bring Mamta back was a phone call. What makes it even more awe inspiring is that Mamta was struck a third time by cancer 2 years ago. Despite this blow, she remains unfazed! She takes it in her stride and is back to doing what she does best- helping women deal with Lymphedema and inspiring each one of them to take charge of their lives and take good care of themselves. She has touched about 15000 lives so far. There is no stopping her as she goes about life with a radiant smile on her face and a song on her lips. I salute you, Mamta and wish you a happy and healthy life!! #Lymphedema #Breast Cancer #Max Hospital Patparganj and Vaishali
I am not a much awarded person in the conventional sense but today was different as I became the proud recepient of the CEO’s award at the annual function of Max Healthcare. I have never hankered after awards because everyday, I get rewarded in more ways than one. As I have evolved as a person, the acknowledgement that comes from the doorman to the coordinators to the nurses, to my colleagues and most of all from my patients, inspires me to do more, better than before! When they smile at me, hold my hands entrusting their lives to me, bless me with the best in life and get their children to meet me..I have truly earned my reward! The responsibility that comes with these offerings are huge and my deepest respect for all those who sincerely feel for me. The CEO’s award has been overwhelming in many ways. I do what I do, with a lot of passion and the very thought that I was considered deserving of this coveted award, is very humbling.I am truly grateful to this wonderful organisation I work for, with immense pride, and dedicate this award to all those who walk alongside me, day after day, pushing the singular agenda of offering the best to patients! The journey continues..... #CEO Award #Breast Cancer #Max Patparganj and Vaishali
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