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Best Cancer Treatment In Moga

Patel Hospital is one of the leading Centres in the country, offering comprehensive care to prevent and cure cancer. The Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, world-class facilities and a highly experienced team of Surgical, Medical and Radiation Oncologists who work in synergy to provide the best possible personalised care. Patients have access to the entire range of Cancer Treatment in Moga Punjab, procedures and specialists, many of whom are internationally recognised experts in their field. The Centre has New Technologies that have improved Cancer diagnosis and treatment, ensuring that the patients have access to the most recent and advanced Cancer Care..

Breast cancer treatment in Moga Punjab

Breast cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Breast Cancer forms in the cells of the breast and is one of the leading forms of cancer affecting women worldwide. Only 5 to 10% of women affected have a genetic predisposition with the rest are caused by various other factors.

Gastrointestinal Cancer treatment in Moga Punjab

Gastrointestinal Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Gastrointestinal Cancers form in the gastrointestinal tract – from the oesophagus to the bowel. Some of the commonly known gastrointestinal cancers include – oesophageal cancer, gastric cancer, colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer, and liver cancer.

Kidney Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Cells in your kidneys alter and grow out of control to form kidney cancer. Along with other symptoms, kidney cancer patients may have flank pain, elevated blood pressure, and blood in the urination. Radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and surgery are all forms of treatment for kidney cancer.

Kidney Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Genito – Urinary Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Genito urinary cancers form in the urinary and reproductive system of men, and is a collective term for kidney, prostate, bladder, and testicular cancers in men. Women can also develop these cancers, but it is limited to the kidneys and bladder alone.

Genito – Urinary Cancer treatment in Moga Punjab
Head & Neck Cancer treatment in Moga Punjab

Head & Neck (Oral) Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Head & neck cancers largely originate in the squamous cells, lining the moist, mucosal surface in the inside of the neck region, as well as the oral, nasal and throat cavities. The cancers are often referred to as the squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck.

Thoracic Cancer treatment in Moga Punjab

Thoracic Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Cancers originating in the thoracic region consisting of the lungs and the chest cavity. The cancers include lung cancers, lung carcinoid tumours, thymic malignancies, tracheal tumours, mediastinal tumours, benign and malignant pleural conditions amongst others.

Colorectal (Colon) Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

When the cells that line the colon or the rectum develop abnormalities and out-of-control growth, colorectal cancer develops. Regular colorectal cancer tests are important since symptoms do not appear until the cancer has spread.

Colorectal (Colon) Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Blood Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Bone marrow, which is a key component of blood formation, is where blood cancer, a specific type of cancer, first appears. Blood cancers develop when abnormal blood cells begin to expand uncontrollably and interact with the regular blood cells' ability to fend off infection and generate new blood cells.

Blood Cancers treatment in Moga, Punjab
Bone Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Bone Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

A variety of cancers can develop in the bones, including bone cancer. Primary bone cancers are tumours that start in the bone. Bones can also become affected by tumours that start in the body's organs or other tissues. Surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy are all forms of treatment.

Brain Cancers treatment in Moga, Punjab

Brain Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

An abnormal mass of cells growing inside or outside of your brain is called a brain tumour. Central nervous system (CNS) cancers are the collective term for spinal tumours and brain tumours.

Cervical / Cervix Cancer treatment in Moga, Punjab

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection or a change in healthy cells on the surface of the cervix are the first steps in the development of cervical cancer. These abnormally growing cells eventually form a mass known as a tumour. A growth or tumour on the cervix can develop as a result of a persistent HPV infection on the cervix, which can cause cancer.

Gynaec Oncology treatment in Moga Punjab

Our Specialists

Patel Hospital, Jalandhar is home to team of eminent doctors who are well trained, skilled and highly professional having been trained at premier institutes of India & abroad, most of whom are pioneers in their respective fields. Additionally, they are renowned for developing innovative and revolutionary clinical procedures.

Dr. Shikha Chawla

D.N.B (Radiation Oncology).
HoD, Dept. of Radiation Oncology

Dr. Anchal Aggarwal

D.N.B (Radiation Oncology)
Consultant Radiation Oncologist

Dr. Anubha Bharthuar

MD, ABIM Fellow (US)
Medical Oncology & Hematology

Dr. Jatinder Arora

MBBS (MUHS, Nashik)
MD (Internal Medicine)
(Medical Oncology)

1. What is Cancer ?

Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. Cancer develops when the body’s normal control mechanism stops working. Old cells do not die and instead grow out of control, forming new, abnormal cells. These extra cells may form a mass of tissue, called a tumor.

2. Basics of Cancer

Cancer is not just one disease

There are many types of cancer. It’s not just one disease. Cancer can start in the lungs, the breast, the colon, or even in the blood. Cancers are alike in some ways, but they are different in the ways they grow and spread.

How are cancers alike?

The cells in our bodies all have certain jobs to do. Normal cells divide in an orderly way. They die when they are worn out or damaged, and new cells take their place. Cancer is when the cells start to grow out of control. The cancer cells keep on growing and making new cells. They crowd out normal cells. This causes problems in the part of the body where the cancer started.

What are tumors?

Most cancers form a lump called a tumor or a growth. But not all lumps are cancer. Doctors take out a piece of the lump and look at it to find out if it’s cancer. Lumps that are not cancer are called benign (be-NINE). Lumps that are cancer are called malignant (muh-LIG-nunt).

What stage is the cancer?

For each type of cancer there are tests that can be done to figure out the stage of the cancer. As a rule, a lower stage (such as a stage 1 or 2) means that the cancer has not spread very much. A higher number (such as a stage 3 or 4) means it has spread more. Stage 4 is the highest stage.

How is cancer treated?

The most common treatments for cancer are surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Surgery can be used to take out the cancer. The doctor might also take out some or all of the body part the cancer affects. For breast cancer, part (or all) of the breast might be removed. For prostate cancer, the prostate gland might be taken out. Surgery is not used for all types of cancer.
Chemo (short for chemotherapy) is the use of drugs to kill cancer cells or slow their growth. Some chemo can be given by IV (into a vein through a needle), and others are a pill you swallow. Because chemo drugs travel to nearly all parts of the body, they are useful for cancer that has spread.Radiation is also used to kill or slow the growth of cancer cells. It can be used alone or with surgery or chemo. Radiation treatment is like getting an x-ray.

What treatment is best for me?

Your cancer treatment will depend on what’s best for you. Some cancers respond better to surgery; others respond better to chemo or radiation. Knowing the type of cancer you have is the first step toward knowing which treatments will work best for you.

3. What are some general signs and symptoms of cancer?

You should know some of the general signs and symptoms of cancer. But remember, having any of these does not mean that you have cancer – many other things cause these signs and symptoms, too. If you have any of these symptoms and they last for a long time or get worse, please see a doctor to find out what’s going on.

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Signs and symptoms of certain cancers

  • Change in bowel habits or bladder function
  • Sores that do not heal
  • White patches inside the mouth or white spots on the tongue
  • Unusual bleeding or discharge
  • Thickening or lump in the breast or other parts of the body
  • Indigestion or trouble swallowing
  • Recent change in a wart or mole or any new skin change
  • Nagging cough or hoarseness

Unexplained weight loss

Most people with cancer will lose weight at some point. When you lose weight for no known reason, it’s called an unexplained weight loss. An unexplained weight loss of 10 Kgs or more may be the first sign of cancer. This happens most often with cancers of the pancreas, stomach, esophagus (swallowing tube), or lung.


Fever is very common with cancer, but it more often happens after cancer has spread from where it started. Almost all people with cancer will have fever at some time, especially if the cancer or its treatment affects the immune system. (This can make it harder for the body to fight infection.) Less often, fever may be an early sign of cancer, such as blood cancers like leukemia or lymphoma.


Fatigue is extreme tiredness that doesn’t get better with rest. It may be an important symptom as cancer grows. But it may happen early in some cancers, like leukemia. Some colon or stomach cancers can cause blood loss that’s not obvious. This is another way cancer can cause fatigue.


Pain may be an early symptom with some cancers like bone cancers or testicular cancer. A headache that does not go away or get better with treatment may be a symptom of a brain tumor. Back pain can be a symptom of cancer of the colon, rectum, or ovary. Most often, pain due to cancer means it has already spread (metastasized) from where it started.

Skin Changes

Along with skin cancers, some other cancers can cause skin changes that can be seen. These signs and symptoms include:

  • Darker looking skin (hyperpigmentation)
  • Yellowish skin and eyes (jaundice)
  • Reddened skin (erythema)
  • Itching (pruritis)
  • Excessive hair growth


  • Breast Cancer
  • Cervical and Ut erine Cancer
  • Colorectal Cancer
  • Esophageal and Gastric Cancer
  • Genitourinary Cancers (Prostate, Urinary Bladder, Testicular, etc.)
  • Head & Neck Cancer
  • Lung Cancer
  • Multiple myeloma
  • Palliative Radiation Therapy
  • Soft tissue and bone sarcomas

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