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Best Doctors for Blood Cancer Treatment in Hyderabad

Blood Cancer :

Blood cancer is a general term for cancers that affect the blood, bone marrow, lymph and the lymphatic system.

74 Doctors for Blood Cancer Treatment found

Dr. Sirisha Rani - Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

Dr. Sirisha Rani

MBBS, MD, DNB (Paediatrics), MRCPCH (UK),

Fellow in Pediatric Hemato Oncology and BMT

Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

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Dr. Parinitha Gutha - Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

Dr. Parinitha Gutha

MBBS(Osm), MRCPCH, CCT(U.K)

Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

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Dr. Srikanth Marda - Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

Dr. Srikanth Marda

MBBS, MD, FNB (Pediatric Hematology & Oncology)

Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

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Dr. Varshini Bandi - Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

Dr. Varshini Bandi

MBBS, DNB, FNB (Pediatric Haematology)

Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

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Dr. Sandhya Vaddadi - Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

Dr. Sandhya Vaddadi

MBBS, MD

Fellowship in Paediatric Hematology and Oncology

Pediatric Hematologist & Oncologist

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Dr. Ch.Shyny Reddy - Medical Oncologist

Dr. Ch.Shyny Reddy

MBBS, MD, DM (Medical Oncology)

Medical Oncologist

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Dr. Nirni S.S. - Medical Oncologist

Dr. Nirni S.S.

MBBS, MD, DM (Medical Oncology)

Medical Oncologist

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Dr. Vindhya Vasini Andra - Medical Oncologist

Dr. Vindhya Vasini Andra

MBBS, MD, DM (Med Onco)

Medical Oncologist

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Dr. Ganesh Jaishetwar - Haematologist

Dr. Ganesh Jaishetwar

MBBS, MD, DM (Hematology),

Fellowship in Bonemarrow Transplantation

Haematologist

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Dr. K.Karuna Kumar - Haematologist

Dr. K.Karuna Kumar

MBBS, MD, DNB (Haematology)

Haematologist

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Dr. Md. Nadeem Ahmed - Medical Oncologist

Dr. Md. Nadeem Ahmed

MBBS, MD, DM (Medical Oncology)

Medical Oncologist

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Dr. Wanve Balasaheb Ajinath - Haematologist

Dr. Wanve Balasaheb Ajinath

MBBS, DNB, DM (Clinical Haematology)

Haematologist

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Dr. Gundu Naresh - Medical Oncologist

Dr. Gundu Naresh

MBBS, DNB, DM (Med Onco)

Medical Oncologist

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Dr. Narender kumar Thota - Medical Oncologist

Dr. Narender kumar Thota

MBBS, MD, DM (Medical Oncology)

Fellowship in Hematology and Bone Marrow Transplant

Medical Oncologist

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Dr. Padmaja Lokireddy - Haematologist

Dr. Padmaja Lokireddy

MBBS, MD, MRCP, FRCPath (Haematology), CCT

Haematologist

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What are the three types of blood cancer?

The various types of blood cancers that are seen include lymphoid cancers, which affect the white blood cells and are further divided into acute or chronic lymphoid, lymphoblastic, and lymphocytic leukemias, and myeloid leukemias that affect the red blood cell, platelet, and B cells forming bone marrow cells and further classified as acute or chronic myeloid, myelogenic, and myeloblastic leukemias.

What are survival rates for blood cancer?

The survival rate for blood cancers depends on the type of cancer present, the stage at which it is diagnosed, the kind of treatment that is received, and the response of the cancer to the treatment. In a majority of cases when cancers are diagnosed early and treated appropriately, the survival rate is generally very good.

Are blood cancers serious?

Some blood cancers are aggressive and very serious if they are not detected early and properly managed, while other blood cancers can easily be diagnosed and completely cured.

Frequently asked questions

A blood cancer, also known as leukemia is a cancer that affects the various components of blood and blood-forming tissues such as the bone marrow.

Blood cancer specialists say that the causes of blood cancer primarily include the development of mutations in the blood-forming cells of the body within the bone marrow. Factors that increase the risk of blood cancer include the history of previous cancer treatment through chemotherapy or radiotherapy, family history of blood cancers, certain inherited disorders, smoking, exposure to toxic chemicals, etc.

The best specialist for blood cancer treatment is a Hematologist, an Oncologist specialising in the evaluation, treatment, and management of diseases of the blood and blood-forming tissues, including blood cancers.

Blood cancers are one of the most common cancers that are seen affecting children, and individuals in the adolescent age group. Children can be affected by acute leukemias, which may be either lymphoid leukemias or myeloid leukemias.

The treatment of blood cancers is usually done with chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or a combination of chemotherapy and radiotherapy that may have side effects such as hair loss, skin rashes, nausea and vomiting, loss of appetite, weight loss, tiredness, increased risk of infections, sleep problems, etc.

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