Providing succor to cancer patients

Published on 8th Dec, 21

Dr Sandeep Nayak Chief of Surgical Oncology, MACS Clinic, Bangalore Prof & HOD, Minimal Access Surgical Oncology, Director, Department of Surgical Oncology, Fortis Hospital, Bangalore A team builder, Dr Nayak takes pride in sharing his knowledge and expertise with fellow oncologists while striving to keep abreast of the latest techniques and developments in cancer treatment. Patient care is another key focus whether in treatment or in creating awareness about early detection, treatment and also post treatment care.

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Can wearing an underwired bra cause breast cancer? Know what experts say

Published on 3rd Dec, 21

Love them or hate them, bras are an integral part of a woman’s wardrobe. But, despite being a common piece of clothing, there are many myths that surround bras.

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Bangalore's Dr. Sandeep Nayak vies for Breast Cancer Awareness

Published on 29th Oct, 21

Dr Sandeep Nayak, Surgeon and one of the best oncologist in Bangalore, expresses his concern about the increasing number of breast cancer cases in Indian and the Globe. He laments, More than 600000 deaths linked with breast cancer have been recorded in 2020 alone. Most of these deaths could have been avoided if there was adequate awareness of breast cancer.

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Memorable 4 Years of Journey with Fortis Hospital

Published on 20th Aug, 21

" This day reminds me of a journey down memory lane. I began this wonderful journey with @Fortis Hospital four years ago, and each day has been amazing since then. Looking forward to a greater milestone in the future and continuing our strong association with Fortis Hospital."

National Cancer Awareness Day: Alarming Cancer Symptoms Men Should Not Ignore

Published on 6th Nov, 20

Unusual coughing, loss of weight, indigestion, nagging back pain and more- these may be considered trivial health issues that don't require you to visit your doctor. But think again. Cancer symptoms are indefinite and vague. As per reports, cancer is the second leading cause of death globally and is responsible for an estimated 9.6 million deaths every year. Furthermore, owing to its imperceptible nature of symptoms, delay in treatments can lead to severe health repercussions.

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Published on 10th Jul, 19

Robotic surgery is an advanced form of laparoscopic surgery. Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally-invasive surgical procedure which involves the use of a camera to observe hard-to-reach parts of the human body. The camera is attached to a tube and inserted through multiple smaller cuts, which are 0.5-1 cm big.

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