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What is Lung Cancer?
Dr. M Vinay Ural
18 Sep 2018
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Lung Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of the cancer cells in the lungs and has equal chances of occurrence in men and women.

Lung Cancer occurs with uncontrolled tissue growth in lungs. Lung Cancer has emerged out as a major reason of death for both men and women in the world. As per the studies, most of the Lung Cancer Treatment Hospital in India provide latest screening for the patients who have advanced stage of lung-cancer patients. Lung cancer professionals provides various radiation therapy to treat all types of lung cancer. India is a country which offers the most modern cancer hospitals which use the recent treatments and technologies to facilitate all of the treatment under one roof. The surgeons in India are highly-skilled and experienced who work in total coordination and design personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs. The aim is to do aggressive cancer treatment, so that you can concentrate on healing process.


Dr. M Vinay Ural

About the Author

Radiation Oncologist, Surgical Oncologist
Dr Vinay has several years of experience in treating Radiosurgery cases. Also treated several Stereotactic Radiosurgery, IGRT and Rapidarc cases. Worked in Advanced Radiation Treatment facility for several years.Worked in SRS and IMRT technique for several years.Underwent training in Image Guided RT (IGRT)-RPM Clinical School at Leuven, Belgium.Has experience in treating Brain Tumors, Head and Neck tumors, Breast tumors, Gynecological cancers, Urogenital cancers , Keloid treatments,etc.
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