Dr. Ashish Gupta, Medical Oncologist and Hematologist, Laxmi Narayan Hospital and Cancer Care Centre, Jabalpur

Dr. Ashish Gupta

Dr. Ashish Gupta

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Name Dr. Gupta Ashish
Specialization Oncologist-Medical
Degree MBBS, MD (Medicine), DM (Oncology)
Practicing Since 2005
Name of Medical Council Madhya Pradesh Medical Council
Registration Number MP-1548
Clinic/ Hospital Name NSCB Medical College, Jabalpur, MP
Practice as Associate Professor
Management Government
Date of Birth 1975-03-22
Address Laxmi Narayan Hospital, 1125, Madan Mahal, Nagpur Road, Jabalpur
State Madhya Pradesh
District Jabalpur
Geographical Area Madan Mahal
Phone Number 0761-2492725
Website http://www.drdata.in/drashishgupta
Member of Indian Medical Association (IMA)-Madhya Pradesh-Jabalpur
Association of Physicians of India (API)-Madhya Pradesh-Jabalpur

Graduation Course 1992-MBBS-NSCB Medical College-Jabalpur-RDVV
Post Graduation Course -MD (Medicine)-NSCB Medical College-Jabalpur-RDVV
After PG Course -DM (Oncology)--Ahmedabad-
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   1125, Madan Mahal, Nagpur Road, Jabalpur (M.P.)

Dr. Ashish Gupta 
Medical Oncologist

Cancer is Cureable if detected Early

Cancer, also called malignancy, is an abnormal growth of cells. There are more than 100 types of cancer, including breast cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and lymphoma. Symptoms vary depending on the type. Cancer treatment may include chemotherapy, radiation, and/or surgery.

How is Cancer Diagnosed?

The earlier cancer is diagnosed and treated, the better the chance of its being cured. Some types of cancer -- such as those of the skin, breast, mouth, testicles, prostate, and rectum -- may be detected by routine self-exam or other screening measures before the symptoms become serious. Most cases of cancer are detected and diagnosed after a tumor can be felt or when other symptoms develop. In a few cases, cancer is diagnosed incidentally as a result of evaluating or treating other medical conditions.

Cancer diagnosis begins with a thorough physical exam and a complete medical history. Laboratory studies of blood, urine, and stool can detect abnormalities that may indicate cancer. When a tumor is suspected, imaging tests such as X-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, and fiber-optic endoscopy examinations help doctors determine the cancer's location and size. To confirm the diagnosis of most cancers , a biopsy needs to be performed in which a tissue sample is removed from the suspected tumor and studied under a microscope to check for cancer cells.