ovarian cancer

Prevention of ovarian cancer

Dr. Piyush Kumar Agrawal
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Prevention of Ovarian Cancer is done with Hysterectomy, Tubal Ligation and Genetic counseling and testing.

Certain risk factors like that of age and family history cannot be avoided yet there are certain risk factors that if taken care of can prove to be helpful in preventing ovarian cancer like:

  • Using oral contraceptives
  • Tubal ligation and hysterectomy
  • Genetic counseling and testing for those with BRCA mutation

Dr. Piyush Kumar Agrawal

About the Author

Head and Neck Oncologist, Surgical Oncologist
Dr. Piyush Kumar Agrawal is a Head and Neck Oncologist practicing at Paras Hospitals located in Sushant Lok Phase - I, Gurgaon. Dr. Piyush specializes in Chemotherapy, Neck dissection, Flap surgery, Laryngectomy and Craniotomy Surgery. He has completed his MBBS from Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Medical College from Meerut. Further, he pursued MS from Sarojini Naidu Medical College in Jodhpur and MCh in Surgical Oncology from Gujarat Cancer Research Institute in Ahmedabad. Dr. Piyush Kumar Agrawal also specializes in cosmetic incisions for oral cancers. In these procedures he uses single incisions without transverse incisions. He also has his special interests in Parotid Surgery and Thyroid diseases. He is currently practicing at Paras Hospitals situated in Sushant Lok Phase- I, Gurgaon. Paras Hospitals is the first corporate hospital etablished in Gurgaon. The hospital has also received NABH certification along with NABL lab. Paras Hospitals has received "Lifetime Achievement Award" in the year 2016. The hospital also conducts different healthcare campaigns to create awarness among the patients. Dr. Piyush has worked with various hospitals such as Gangasheel Cancer Institute and Sai Hospital in Bareilly, SDN Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi. Book a FREE appointment with Dr. Piyush Kumar Agarwal at Elacancer.com.
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