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Our Centre of Excellence in Oncology practices a holistic approach in treating the entire spectrum of cancers at all stages. The department has a complete spectrum of Clinical Specialties in Oncology including Surgical, Medical (Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, and Hormone Therapy), Radiation Therapy, Hematology, and bone marrow transplant. Our team of experts is extremely adept at diagnosing the most challenging cases, staging the disease, treating with medications, radiotherapy, or operating with the advanced technology that Manipal Hospitals is equipped with, to combat cancers across all ages including children. Quaternary care is at the core of our healing ethos and our specialized experts are aces in this discipline.
Manipal Hospital is the best cancer hospital in Dwarka, Delhi providing comprehensive cancer diagnosis and treatment programs in Delhi. We have the best cancer doctors in Dwarka, Delhi having extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of every kind of cancer.
Our oncology team consists of highly experienced and dedicated Oncologists and nurses and is also equipped with state-of-the-art facilities required for advanced patient care.
We offer comprehensive oncology services with Surgical, Medical, and Radiation sub-specialties and allied specialties of Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Pathology, Psychology, Reconstructive Surgery, etc needed for providing world-class oncology care.
Personalized Medicine- It is our sincere effort that our patients are empowered to make the right decisions for themselves. With the advent of Molecular tools including Next-generation Sequencing, the branch of Medical Oncology has evolved to Personalized medicine and gives gratifying results.
We encompass Clinical nutrition, physiotherapy, and palliative care services for all patients in our department.
The Department boasts of a multidisciplinary tumor board consisting of highly experienced clinicians, pathologists, and radiologists who help the patients to chart out a personalized treatment plan. The board meets twice a week to discuss treatment plans for all the patients.
Chemotherapy daycare facility- We are equipped with a fully functional 15 bedded chemotherapy daycare where the patient can take the therapies in their comfort zones. Our highly trained Oncology nursing staff ensures that therapy is delivered with utmost care. Nearly 2000 + daycare chemotherapies have been completed at our daycare so far.
Other Ancillary services which are offered for our patients during their treatment are Holistic cancer care – Psycho-Oncology counseling by counselors and a personalized diet plan. We also conduct workshops pertaining to these issues on a regular basis to facilitate the rehabilitation of our cancer patients.
Telemedicine -With the outbreak of COVID 19 this is very relevant and has enabled the patient and physician to connect remotely, in times of need. Modern technology has enabled our doctors to consult patients by using a video conferencing tool.
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- MIRP – Minimal Invasive Radio-guided Parathyroid Surgery
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Centre of Excellence: Department of Oncology
Cancer is a disease that invades without any discrimination or seasonal bias and it has had a significant impact on people over centuries. As our knowledge about cancer has evolved with time so have the diagnostics and treatments associated with it.
Our center offers diagnosis and treatment for all malignancies, including:
Breast Cancer, Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Cancers, Gynecological Cancer, Head and Neck cancers, Genitourinary Cancer, Bone, and Soft-tissue Sarcomas, Thoracic malignancies, etc.
Hematolymphoid malignancies including Multiple Myeloma, Lymphomas- like T cell and B cell lymphomas, and Hodgkin Lymphomas and Leukemias (both Acute Lymphoblastic and Acute Myeloid Leukemia)
1. Surgical Oncology Services
Manipal Hospital, the best cancer treatment hospital in Delhi, Dwarka provides comprehensive surgical treatment for solid tumours of various organs. Numerous cancers of the breast, head, and neck, gastrointestinal tract, uro-gynecologic system, thorax and musculoskeletal regions, etc have been successfully operated upon in line with the internationally accepted standards to achieve complete tumour control with preservation of organ/form and function to maximize the patient's quality of life. We also offer Minimally Invasive Surgery including Robotic Surgery for suitable patients.
Our team comprises Surgical Oncologists trained from reputed institutes including Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai. We conduct nearly 300 complex cancer surgical procedures every year on patients coming to us from various parts of India and other countries.
Procedures available (OPEN as well as MINIMALLY INVASIVE & ROBOTIC SURGERY)
Tru Cut / Core Biopsy / Image-guided biopsy / Bone Biopsy
Fibre-optic / Direct Laryngoscopy & Bronchoscopy and biopsy
Therapeutic Procedures (Surgery for all types of cancers in the following areas)
Head & Neck Surgery (Oral cavity, throat, voice box, parotid, neck tumours, etc) with microvascular reconstructive surgery
Breast cancer – Breast Conservation, Oncoplastic Breast Surgery, Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy, Wire localization Surgery, Mastectomy, Breast Reconstruction, and Prophylactic Surgery. Surgery for Lymphedema prevention and treatment.
Gastrointestinal Cancers – Esophagus (food pipe), Stomach, Pancreas, Liver, Gallbladder, Colon (Large intestine), Rectum – Sphincter preserving Surgery, Robotic Surgery, Retroperitoneal tumours, Cytoreductive Surgery with HIPEC
Thyroid and Parathyroid tumors
Thoracic Cancers – Lung, Thymus, Mediastinum, Chest wall, Thoracoscopic Pleurodesis
Urologic Cancers – Prostate, Bladder, Kidney, Testes, Penile cancers,
Gynecologic Cancers – Uterus, Cervix, Ovary, Vulva, Cytoreductive Surgery with HIPEC
Cytoreductive Surgery with HIPEC for Gastro-intestinal and Gynecologic Cancers
Bone and Soft Tissue – Bone (Osteosarcoma, Giant Cell Tumor etc.), Soft Tissue Sarcoma, Skin Cancers
Day Care Surgery – Chemoport insertion, Biopsy under GA
2. Medical Oncology Services
The Department provides personalized services through the use of chemotherapy (a cytotoxic drug for cancer) and allied drugs. We make use of the various form of treatment for the best possible outcomes in patients, including:
Chemotherapy- For all subsites of Cancers- Breast cancer, Lung cancer, Gynecology cancer, and GI cancer
Immunotherapy- This is a type of cancer treatment that helps the immune system to fight cancer.
Metronomic Chemotherapy – Where in repetitive low doses of chemotherapy drugs are used to exert an effect not only on tumour cells but also on their microenvironment.
Targeted therapies - Targeted therapy uses drugs to target cancer's specific genes, proteins, or the tissue environment that contributes to cancer growth and survival.
Endocrine therapy (both tablets and Injections) - Hormone therapy, also called endocrine therapy either increase, decreases or stops the action of various hormones associated with cancer growth in the body. Eg.; Breast and Prostate cancer is treated with hormonal therapy.
PICC Line insertions and Chemo-ports usage - Peripheral inserted central venous catheters and chemo-ports are useful central lines for delivery of intravenous cancer therapies.
Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy - HIPEC treatment, also known as heated or hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy, is the process of heating chemotherapy drugs and delivering them into the abdominal cavity.
Comprehensive Palliative care – The Medical Oncology Department believes that the way “to Beat cancer is Small steps every day.” And therefore, looks into the details of Cancer pain or discomfort and works in close liaison with the department of palliative medicine.
Pediatric Oncology Services
3. Radiation Oncology Services
To provide personalized and advanced cancer care, the Department of Radiation Oncology at Manipal is fully equipped for patients looking to get world-class cancer treatment. The department combines clinical expertise, next-gen radiation therapies, and kind-hearted care to deliver the safest result-oriented treatments for cancer and benign tumours.
Physicians at the department are some of the most acknowledged and skilled radiation oncologists in the country, with the support from well-qualified medical physicists, radiation therapy technologists, and nurses, who strive to deliver quality cancer care.
The Radiation Oncology capabilities at the department include -
Rapid arc (RA) Therapy
Flattening filter free (FFF) therapy
The department also boasts of its state-of-the-art Brachytherapy system for various sites including the cervix, endometrium, Head and Neck, Breast, Esophagus, and other sites.
4. Bone Marrow Transplants
Certain types of cancer such as myeloma, leukaemia, and lymphoma can destroy the bone marrow. In such cases, the bone marrow fails to manufacture healthy blood cells. Bone marrow transplant is a process in which the defective bone marrow is replaced with healthy cells either from one’s own body (autologous transplant) or from a donor (allogeneic transplant). The Department of Haemato-Oncology Manipal Hospitals is highly enabled and experienced in performing both autologous transplants for Multiple Myeloma and Lymphoma patients and also Allogeneic Bone Marrow Transplants.
(1) A change in bowel or bladder habits (2) A sore that doesn’t heal (3) Unusual bleeding or discharge from any opening in the body (4) Unexplained weight loss and loss of appetite (5) Difficulty in swallowing or chronic indigestion (6) An obvious change in a wart or mole (7) A nagging cough or persistent hoarseness of voice
Cancer is not a single disease, but many different ones. Understanding this, Manipal Hospitals is committed to partnership and patient-centred care, and hence, collaborates and works with every patient to identify the optimal treatment plan and care to given them the best odds to beat cancer. Contact us to know more about cancer care and book an appointment with one of our Oncologists today.
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