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10 Best Hematologic Oncologists in Chennai - Updated 2024

Dr. Chezhian Subash

Dr. Chezhian Subash

28 years of experience

MBBS MRCP (UK) FRCP - Pathology

Hematologist, Hematologic Oncologist

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Dr. R Ramya

Dr. R Ramya

17 years of experience

MBBS Diploma in Radio Therapy MD - Radiotherapy

Hematologic Oncologist, Radiation Oncologist

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Dr. Kishore Kumar S.

Dr. Kishore Kumar S.

17 years of experience

MBBS DM - Clinical Haematology MD - Pathology

Hematologic Oncologist, Medical Hematology - Oncologist

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Dr. Syed Ismail

Dr. Syed Ismail

11 years of experience

MBBS MD - Radiotherapy DM - Medical Oncology DNB - Medical Oncology

Thoracic Oncologist, Medical Hematology - Oncologist, Neuro-Oncologist, Head And Neck Oncologist, Hematologic Oncologist, Orthopedic Oncologist, Pediatric Oncologist, Medical Oncologist

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Questions & Answers on "Hematologic Oncologist" (304)

Does cancer come back in everyone who is cured after treatment?

Male | 22

When an individual undergoes treatment and the disease fades away, it’s a relief. Nonetheless, there are times when it recurs after going into remission. It is contingent on the kind of malignancy one has as well as the method used for healing it. Signs that can indicate its reoccurrence may be similar to those experienced during the first onset such as unexplained weight loss, fatigue, or formation of new masses. To avoid its resurgence, you need to keep seeing your doctor for regular checkups besides living healthily. 

Answered on 6th June '24

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

He is infected of perenial fistula. And for years ,almost 9 surgeries was operated for him. And his colonscopy result before 1 and half year said normal. But now when MRI is taken ,shows some small tumors and may be T4N1MX adenocarcinoma cancer IS created but the other results like colonoscopy says normal , biopsy result says non diagnostic, CT SCAN result says it is better for him to take the test after 6 months, the blood test says normal and other organs like kidney, liver...are all normal. He has normal medical result apart from the cancer and now he is taking chemiotherapy treatment so what shall I do

Male | 64

When you have adenocarcinoma, you must stick to the treatment plan your doctor gives you. Chemotherapy is used often for treating this type of cancer. Just try to follow the treatment schedule, eat well, and get enough rest. 

Answered on 6th June '24

Dr. Ganesh Nagarajan

Dr. Ganesh Nagarajan

I am suffering from severe stomach pain due to colon cancer stage 4, any medicine for pain relief

Male | 53

This pain occurs because the tumor is pressing on your belly inside. To relieve it, the doctor can prescribe you stronger drugs than those sold in the drugstore. These medicines are designed to ease the pain and make you comfortable. Keep telling your doctor how you feel so that they can change the medication when necessary to control the pain effectively.

Answered on 23rd May '24

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

Dr. Sridhar Susheela

Keeley Mums cancer has spread too far and has been deemed too aggressive for surgery. It started off in the breast and has spread to her brain, throat, lungs, liver and now also into her lymph nodes... She has been referred to oncology, who will look at her case and decide whether she is a fit for chemotherapy, and once they meet her they will decide if she is strong enough to go through it. IF mum is able to have the chemo, she will either be given a course of tablets to take, I believe they are one tablet a week. Or she will be given chemo via an IV and will have to go to once every three weeks for a few hours. If mum decides not to have chemo she will be referred to palliative care

Female | 67

If breast cancer advances to the brain, throat, lungs, liver, and lymph nodes, it is advanced cancer. Breast Cancer naturally develops in the cells of the human breast. But when cancer cells are balooned in size, it is called breast tumor. Chemotherapy treatment is regarded as one of the most popular therapies for advanced Breast Cancer. Chemotherapy can be done as an outpatient procedure if your mom can physically handle the treatment..

Answered on 23rd May '24

Dr. Donald Babu

Dr. Donald Babu

I am a 24 year old girl presenting all classic symptoms of hogdkins lymphoma, but im not sure what is the next step

Female | 24

I know it is hard to have symptoms that seem like­ Hodgkin's lymphoma. This kind of cancer can make the lymph node­s swell up. It can make you fee­l very tired too. You might lose we­ight without trying. You might get sweaty at night. The be­st thing to do is see a doctor who treats cance­r. The doctor might need to do a te­st called a biopsy to know for sure if you have Hodgkin's lymphoma. The­ biopsy can help the doctor plan the right tre­atment for you. 

Answered on 23rd May '24

Dr. Donald Babu

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