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Cancer Survivors

Cancer Survivors

Colon Cancer

The lady was diagnosed with colon cancer on a colonoscopic biopsy. She underwent surgery first, where the part of the sigmoid colon was removed. Following this she received 8 cycles of adjuvant chemotherapy (FOLFOX).
The gentleman was diagnosed with Right-sided colon cancer which was going into the right kidney. There was a tumour metastasis in the liver also. He was treated with 4 cycles of FOLFOXIRI which was followed by a major surgery, which involved the removal of part of the right colon, right kidney & part of the liver.

Rectal Cancer

This elderly gentleman had a tumour in the upper part of his rectum. He was treated with Robotic surgery for tumour removal. No stoma was created. Recovery was rapid. He received 8 cycles of adjuvant chemotherapy (CapOX). He did not need radiation.
The gentleman was diagnosed with a polypoidal tumour in a very low rectum. The biopsy was suggestive of a borderline tumour. He was treated with local excision of the tumour. He did not need radiation or chemotherapy.
The lady was diagnosed with locally advanced cancer of rectum. We treated her with a protocol called ‘TNT - Total Neoadjuvant Treatment’. She received 4 months of chemotherapy along with 25 cycles of radiation. Following this surgery was performed. She needed complete rectum removal & a permanent stoma.

Pancreatic Cancer

The lady was diagnosed with a 2.5 cm size Neuroendocrine Tumour of Pancreas. She was treated with Whipple’s Surgery (WPD). She recovered well.
The lady was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of the Pancreas head. She was treated with Whipple’s Surgery. She recovered quite well & discharged on day 6.

Stomach Cancer

This gentleman was diagnosed with a stomach cancer. He was treated with 4 cycles of chemotherapy (FLOT) first, which was followed by Surgery to remove stomach. He was also given 4 cycles of chemotherapy after operation.
The lady presented in emergency with vomiting. She had a large tumour in her stomach, blocking the intestine. She needed an emergency surgery to remove the tumour. She also received chemotherapy after the operation.

Esophageal Cancer

The lady was diagnosed to have a tumour in her food pipe. She was treated with a combination of chemotherapy & radiation for 2 months. After the operation was performed to remove the tumour. She recovered very well after the operation.
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Dr. Harsh J Shah