prostate cancer

What is Prostate Cancer?

Dr. Kapil Kumar
15 Sep 2018
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Prostate Cancer is the cancer of prostate gland in men. It is the most common cancer which occurs in the men above 50 years of age.

Prostate Cancer Affects the Prostate Gland in Mature Men. Prostate Cancer occurs in prostate gland in men that controls urine and produces fluids in semen. Prostate Cancer is among the most commonly found cancers which is linked to aging men over 50 years. Prostate Cancer occurs without symptoms.

Prostate Cancer

It can be treated with timely detection.The best thing which you can do is that you should regularly visit the Prostate Cancer Treatment Hospital in India for screenings after a certain age group to detect cancer on time.


Dr. Kapil Kumar

About the Author

Surgical Oncologist
Dr. Kapil Kumar is an Oncologist and cancer specialist practicing at BLK Hospital in Rajendra Place, Delhi. He specializes in Breast cancer, Oncoplastic surgery, Upper G.I. Onco surgery, Pancreatic Biliary surgery, and Thoracic surgery including Esophagus cancer. He has completed his MBBS from Amritsar Government Medical College and Hospital. Further, he pursued MS from Amritsar Government Medical College and Hospital. Dr. Kapil is a member of Indian Society of Oncology (I.S.O.) and International Society of Diseases of Esophagus. He is also a member of Delhi Medical Association (D.M.A.). He got Dhanvantari award from Cholay 1 Foundation for Onco- Surgery work. He has worked in various hospitals as Senior Consultant Oncologist. Dr. Kapil has an experience of more than two and a half decade in this field. BLK Hospital is JCI, NABH and NABL accredited. It is one of the most successful and largest private sector hospitals situated in Delhi. Book appointment with Dr. Kapil Kumar at Elacancer.com.
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