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Treatment for Blood Cancer
Dr. Mukul Roy
19 Sep 2018
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The treatments utilized in treating Blood Cancer include Chemotherapy, Radiation Therapy, Interferon Therapy, Radiation Therapies and Stem Cell Transplant Therapies.

The treatment of Leukemia Cancer or Blood Cancer varies with the stage of the cancer. But some of the most commonly utilized treatments for all types of cancer includes Chemotherapy, Interferon Therapy, Radiation therapies, Stem Cell Transplant procedures as well as Targeted therapies. Sometimes, combination of treatments are utilized.


Dr. Mukul Roy

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Radiation Oncologist
Dr. Mukul Roy is a radiation oncologist and Cancer Specialist at Jaslok Hospital in Peddar Road, Mumbai. She is specialized in stereotactic radiotherapy, brachytherapy and therapy simulator and has rich experience in these fields. She completed DNB in Radiotherapy from Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai in 2012 and Fellowship in Uro Oncology from Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai in 2014.
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