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Cancer Treatment in India

IntroductionCancer is a leading cause of death worldwide. According to the WHO, more than 70% of all cancer deaths occur in low to middle-income countries. It is also estimated that cancer deaths worldwide are projected to rise to 11.5 million in 2030.
Cancer is a condition wherein there is abnormal growth of cells in a specific part of the body. These cancer cells may sooner or later spread into the surrounding tissues.
Risk factors for Cancers
•Use of Tobacco •Use of Alcohol •Physical inactivity •Dietary factors, including insufficient fruit and vegetable intake •Obesity and overweight •Chronic infections •Environmental or occupational risks
Types of Cancer
Cancer can occur in any part of the body. Currently, there are over 200 types of cancers. The leading types are discussed as follows:

Cancer Treatment in India Numerous cancer treatments are available in India depending on the type of cancer, the stage, to what extent cancer has spread and the patient's overall health. The only goal…

How to Prevent Weight Gain After Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric SurgeryBariatric Surgery, also known as Weight Loss surgery is one of the most effective ways to help obese people lose a significant amount of weight in the long term.
The surgery is alife-changing procedure. It is certainly not a quick fix, and the results are quite dramatic. The surgery offers new opportunities to the patients by not only giving them an assurance of life without any obesity-related medical conditions but also a life full of confidence.

But what about the weight gain after weight loss surgery?The American Society of Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery considers it as one of the most common myths surrounding Bariatric surgery. As per ASMBS, “weight-loss is arbitrarily defined as weight-loss equal to or greater than 50 percent of excess body weight.”
The doctors at ASMBS believe that “successful results are determined by the patient, by their perceived improvement in quality of life. In such cases, the total retained weight-loss may be more, or less, than this a…