Surviving and Thriving: Breast Cancer After Pregnancy
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by Dr. Sandeep Nayak
1w ago
Embarking on the path of motherhood is a cherished journey. But what if the joy is accompanied by the unexpected challenge of breast cancer after pregnancy? Dr. Sandeep Nayak, a reputed surgical oncologist in India, understands your concerns and is here to guide you. The incidence of breast cancer after pregnancy is on the rise. These statistics underline the need for timely diagnosis and specialized care. At MACS Clinic, Dr. Sandeep Nayak offers advanced cancer treatment in Bangalore. Dr. Nayak provides support and personalized strategies to navigate the challenges of breast ca ..read more
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The Bitter Truth About Artificial Sweeteners: Unveiling the Potential Harm.
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by Dr. Sandeep Nayak
8M ago
Recently there have been news paper articles about artificial sweeteners and I thought we should explore the matter in more detail. In today’s health-conscious society, many people turn to artificial sweeteners as a seemingly guilt-free alternative to sugar. However, despite their widespread use, there is growing concern about the potential harm associated with these sugar substitutes. In this article, we will explore the risks of artificial sweeteners based on the guidelines provided by the World Health Organization (WHO). We will also shed light on the connection between artificial sweetener ..read more
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Debunking the Myths: The Role of Milk in Cancer Risk
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by Dr. Sandeep Nayak
9M ago
Milk is a staple food for many people, providing essential nutrients like calcium and protein. However, concerns have arisen regarding its potential role in causing cancer. This article aims to address the topic, exploring the reasons behind people’s worries, examining scientific evidence, discussing cautionary aspects, and exploring any impact on cancer treatment. Additionally, it acknowledges the significance of milk as a source of protein and calcium, particularly for Indian vegetarians and its potential role during cancer treatment. The Milk-Cancer Connection: The association between milk ..read more
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Second pig to human heart transplant achieved.
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by Dr. Sandeep Nayak
2y ago
Someone had to start and it was Dr Dhani Ram Baruah who set the ball rolling in 1997. Every radical idea is opposed at first. This Indian doctor who tried pig to human heart transplant was jailed. However, ball rolled by him seems to have gained phase after a long gap. Dr Dhani Ram Baruah Yesterday we saw another ‘first’ pig to human heart transplant reported by media. I understand media loves to report only firsts and TRP is important! Scientifically speaking this is the second such transplant and this one was with genetic modifications to better suite humans. Dr Muhammad M. Mohiuddin and Dr ..read more
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A big mess called Facebook page! We need something better & safe.
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by Dr. Sandeep Nayak
2y ago
Do you have a Facebook page for your work or business? Well, #metoo. And I thought it was a good idea till recently. Then it happened! About two months (September 2021) my Facebook clinic page got hacked and thus I lost control over it. The page had good number of following as we used to add good content to it. A lot of educational content. We did raise a ticket with Facebook support and were told that they will do the needful and restore the ownership. However, the rollercoaster ride started. They would say everything was restored, however, when we checked nothing was restored. Every time we ..read more
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Beating the healer!
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by Dr. Sandeep Nayak
2y ago
Have you ever sat in an aircraft and thought about the ability of the pilots to fly the aircraft? If yes, did you have a choice? There are many situations where we do not have a choice. Being very sick is one of them. A very sick patient is admitted to an ICU and a team of doctors who are qualified in intensive care take care of the patient. It is never a single persons job as the work is intense. In fact single person would not be able to deliver quality at all. In 333 BC Alexander’s army was passing through Cicilia (Modern day Turkey). Alexander the Great decided to take a bath in the icy w ..read more
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Does Less Mean More?Minimally Invasive Surgeries
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by Macs Clinic
2y ago
Minimally invasive surgery refers to any surgical procedure that is performed through tiny incisions instead of a large opening.  In traditional surgical procedures, also called open surgery, one large is cut is made to the body. But, in minimally invasive surgery, the surgeon uses smaller tools, cameras, and lights to perform the surgery through a series of tiny cuts. Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) and robotic surgery some of the minimally invasive surgery techniques used today. These procedures are considered to be safer than open surgery due to the limited size of the inc ..read more
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Surgical Management Of Lung Cancer
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by Macs Clinic
2y ago
Depending on the type, location, and stage of cancer that they have been diagnosed with, surgery can be a promising option for some lung cancer patients. This form of treatment is most effective when the disease has been detected in an early stage (between stage 1 and stage 3). It is capable of being curative andis considered to bethe gold standard for the treatment of lung cancer. Surgery, when feasible, is usually the first step of treatment, and it helps doctors formulate future plans for the care of the patient in terms of adjusting dosage and choosing the most appropriate form of chemoth ..read more
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Successful Treatment For Lung Cancer
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by Macs Clinic
2y ago
Lung cancer is a matter of growing concern in today’s world. When a person is affected with this disease, cells in the lung divide uncontrollably and reduce their ability to breathe.If left untreated, the cancer could also spread to other parts of the body. Hence, early detection and treatment is crucial. There are two forms of lung cancer –small-cell lung cancer (SCLC), which represents about 15% of all cases, and non-smallcell lung cancer (NSCLC), which represents about 85% of all cases. SCLC is usually more difficult to detect, but it responds well to chemotherapy; meanwhile, NSCLC shows p ..read more
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Treatments For A Patient In Stage II Of Lung Cancer
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by Macs Clinic
2y ago
Lung cancer is one of the most common types of cancer.Patients diagnosed with this disease can be divided into four groups: Stage I, Stage II, Stage III, and Stage IV.  Stage I refers to the early stage of the disease, when the cancer is small and remains confinedto one area. In Stage II, the tumor is slightly bigger than it is in Stage I, about 3 to 5cm, and the adjoining lymph nodes may also be involved in the disease.Stage III meansthat the cancer is bigger in size and it has started to spread in the nearby tissues or to the lymph nodes.Stage IV represents cancer spreading to other pa ..read more
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