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Prevention of Lung Cancer

Dr. Tamohan Chaudhuri
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Prevention of Lung Cancer can be done with quitting of smoking, consuming nutritious diet and green tea, following exercise regime and restricting alcohol intake.

Lung cancer is one of the most common type of cancer other than brain, blood, and skin cancer. Although it is difficult to treat in an advanced stage but is treatable if detected early. There are various ways in which you can prevent the risk of lung cancer.

  • Quit smoking
  • Check for radon gas in your surroundings
  • Stay alert at work to avoid occupational components
  • Be careful of the cancer causing products at home
  • Don’t be a passive smoker
  • Eat healthy and nutritious diet
  • Follow an exercise regime
  • Mind your supplements
  • Restrict alcohol consumption
  • Have a cup of green tea daily


Dr. Tamohan Chaudhuri

About the Author

Radiation Oncologist
Dr. Tamohan Chaudhuri is a Radiation Oncologist at AMRI Hospital in Salt Lake, West Bengal. He specializes in the treatment of Lumpectomy, Pulmonary lobectomy, Video-Assisted thoracoscopic surgery, Lymph node dissection, Thoracotomy, and Gyne Oncology. He also specializes in Craniotomy Surgery, Wedge resection, Radiotherapy, Mastectomy and Chemotherapy of Solid Tumors. He has completed his MBBS in Medical College, Calcutta in 1988 and Diploma in Radiotherapy from Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai in 1992. Further, he pursued MD in Oncology from Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai in the year 1993. Dr. Tamohan has an experience of more than two and a half decades in this field. He became a recognised teacher and thesis guide of National Board of Examinations, New Delhi in the year 2000. Dr. Tamohan practices at AMRI Hospital, a Multispeciality center situated at Salt Lake, Kolkata. Book a FREE appointment with Dr. Tamohan Chaudhuri at
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