• Publications
  • Influence
Prevalence and risk factors for development of lymphedema following breast cancer treatment.
Post treatment lymphedema continues to be a significant problem following breast cancer therapy and a combination of axillary dissection and axillary radiation should be avoided whenever feasible to avoid lyMPhedema.
Lipid peroxidation, free radical production and antioxidant status in breast cancer
Results of the study have shown a higher ROMs production and decreased CAT activity, which support the oxidative stress hypothesis in carcinogenesis and administration of CAT may be helpful in the management of BC patients.
Best supportive care compared with chemotherapy for unresectable gall bladder cancer: a randomized controlled study.
This randomized controlled trial confirmed the efficacy of chemotherapy (mGEMOX) compared with BSC and FUFA in improving OS and PFS in unresectable GBC.
Clinico-pathological profile of lung cancer at AIIMS: a changing paradigm in India.
This analysis suggests that adenocarcinoma may now be the commonest histological subtype of non-small cell lung cancer in India, provided a careful pathological review is done.
Clinical features and prognostic factors of early breast cancer at a major cancer center in North India.
The median age at presentation was 47 years, significantly lower than most Western figures, and nodal involvement was the significant prognostic factor for overall and disease-free survival.
Lung cancer: Prevalent trends & emerging concepts
The time trends of lung cancer show a significant rise in Delhi, Chennai and Bengaluru in both sexes and the applicability of such screening tool is questionable, development of newer non invasive methods/ biomarkers for early diagnosis and screening of high risk population is warranted.