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Trilogy Tx Linear Accelerator - Radiation Therapy for Cancer

Dr. Swarnabindu Banerjee
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Trilogy Tx Linear Acceleration is an advanced technology of radiation therapy to treat cancer. All types of radiations such as IGRT, IMRT, SRS can be obtained from one machine.

It has got unique features and is useful in providing the patients Image Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT), Gated Radiotherapy and Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT). It also provides stereotactic radiation facilities as well. Here, the breathing patterns are focused on which helps in targeting the breast tumor present in the body. The radiation used is focused on the moving target which is the breast tumor so that only the breat tumor is targeted for the cancer treatement.


Dr. Swarnabindu Banerjee

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Medical Oncologist
Dr. Swarnabindu Banerjee is an Oncologist practicing at Ruby General Hospital which is situated in Kasba Golpark in Kolkata. Dr. Banerjee is an oncologist in the department of medical oncology and tertiary cancer center of the hospital. He specializes in General cancer treatment, Chemotherapy treatment, Laparoscopy surgery, Mastectomy, and Mammoplasty surgery. Dr. Swarnabindu has completed his MBBS and MD in General Medicine from one of the reputed universities in India. He has further pursued DM in Medical Oncology from a reknowned medical university in India. Dr. Swarnabindu Banerjee is practicing in the field of oncology for nearly two decades now. Dr. Banerjee practices at Ruby General Hospital, a Super specialty center situated in Kasba Golpark, Kolkata. Ruby Hospital has a dedicated Ruby Cancer Centre which comprises of Surgical, Medical and Radiation Oncology for the timely cure and treatment of the cancer cases of the patients. Book a FREE appointment with Dr. Swarnabindu Banerjee at Elacancer.com.
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