Consultant Radiation and Clinical Oncologist Summary
Dr. Jagdish Shinde is renowned Radiation and clinical Oncologist practicing in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad, Maharashtra state. He has done his post-graduation from Government Medical college Thiruvananthapuram and Regional cancer Centre Kerala, which is India’s premium institute for Oncology. He has got the tremendous experience in treatment of various cancers. He has been pioneering of establishing world class Radiation therapy treatment for cancer in city of Pune. His area of interest is high precision Radiation Therapy Techniques. He has been recognized and applauded nationally for his work. He is also contributed in field of oncology through research work and teaching. He is actively involved in patient education and awareness through his YouTube channel, website and blogs.
MBBS- B J Medical College Pune. Completed in 2006
DMRT and MD – Radiation Oncology – Government Medical College and Regional Cancer Centre Thiruvananthapuram Kerala. 2009 to 2012
Radiation Oncologist – Holy Spirit Hospital Andheri East, Mumbai 2012 to 2013
Radiation Oncologist – Curie Manavata Cancer Centre, Nashik 2013 to 2014
Consultant and Head of Department of Oncology – Deepak Hospital Jalna 2014 to 2016.
Presently working as
Consultant Radiation Oncologist –
- Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital Chinchwad Pune
- Lokmanya Hospital Chinchwad – Visiting Consultant
- Integrated cancer treatment and research center Wagholi – Visiting Consultant
Dr. Jagdish Shinde is well trained and experienced in most advanced techniques of Radiation.
FAQ's About Cancer
Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. Cancer develops when the body’s normal control mechanism stops working. Old cells do not die and instead grow out of control, forming new, abnormal cells. These extra cells may form a mass of tissue, called a tumor
Oncologist is doctor who is specially trained in treatment of cancer treatment. In India doctors having degree of MD/DNB in Radiation Oncology, DM Medical oncology and MCH in surgical oncology are qualified for treatment of cancer patients. If you or your loved one is diagnosed as cancer then you should consult Oncologist for treatment.
There are three different types of cancer treatment namely Radiation Therapy, Chemotherapy and Surgery.
The treatment of cancer depends on the site of cancer (Organ of origin), stage of cancer, type of cancer, patient’s age and general condition and fitness. Oncologist will examine the patient and see all the reports and will decide the treatment.
Stage of the cancer indicates the amount of spread of cancer. It is different in different types of cancer. Metastatic cancer is the disease when cancer has spread from its organ of origin. Outcome of cancer depends on the stage of disease. If disease is detected in early stage then the outcome is good if the disease is detected in late stage then outcome of treatment will be bad.
- More Cancer Signs and Symptoms are as below
- Blood in the urine. …
- Hoarseness. …
- Persistent lumps or swollen glands. …
- Obvious change in a wart or a mole. …
- Indigestion or difficulty swallowing. …
- Unusual vaginal bleeding or discharge. …
- Unexpected weight loss, night sweats, or fever. …
- Continued itching in the anal or genital area.
- Transvaginal ultrasound
- Virtual colonoscopy
- Colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy, and stool tests (high-sensitivity fecal occult blood tests and stool DNA tests)
- Pap test and human papillomavirus (HPV) testing
- Alpha-fetoprotein blood test
- Breast MRI
- Clinical breast exams and regular breast self-exams
Radiation therapy (also called radiotherapy) is a cancer treatment that uses high doses of ionizing radiation to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors.
Radiation therapy is energy that’s carried by waves or a stream of particles. Radiation works by damaging the genes (DNA) in cells. Radiation breaks bond in DNA of genome and causes death of cancer cells. Genes control how cells grow and divide. When radiation damages the genes of cancer cells, they can’t grow and divide any more.
At high doses, radiation therapy kills cancer cells or slows their growth by damaging their DNA. Cancer cells whose DNA is damaged beyond repair stop dividing or die. When the damaged cells die, they are broken down and removed by the body. Radiation therapy does not kill cancer cells right away.
In fact, based on the literature reviewed, it appears that external-beam radiation therapy is a superior treatment in some cases. “When patients are treated with modern external-beam radiation therapy, the overall cure rate was 93.3% with a metastasis-free survival rate at 5 years of 96.9%.
Skin problems. Some people who receive radiation therapy experience dryness, itching, blistering, or peeling. …
Fatigue. Fatigue describes feeling tired or exhausted almost all the time.
External beam radiation therapy does not make person radioactive.
Chemotherapy is the use of medicines in the form of injections or tablets to kill cancer cells.
Cancer medicines work by damaging the DNA andRNA that tells the cell how to copy itself in division. If the cancer cells fail to divide then they die. Fast growing cancer cells are more responsive to cancer chemotherapy.
Some chemotherapy drugs can cause painful side effects, such as aching in the muscles and joints, headaches and stomach pains. Pain may be felt as burning, numbness, tingling or shooting pains in the hands and feet (called peripheral nerve damage). This type of pain can last long after treatment ends.
There are multiple tests to diagnose cancer like Biopsy, FNAC, CT scan, PET CT scan, MRI scan. Oncologist will initially examine the patient and then advice regarding the type of test required.
Biopsy is taking a small bit of tissue of tumor and examining it under microscope. A biopsy is the only sure way to diagnosis most cancers.Biopsies are typically associated with cancer, but just because your oncologist orders a biopsy, it doesn’t mean that you have cancer. Doctors use biopsies to test whether abnormalities in your body are caused by cancer or by other conditions.
Positron emission tomography–computed tomography (better known as PET-CT or PET/CT) is a nuclear medicine technique which combines, in a single gantry, a positron emission tomography (PET) scanner and an x-ray computed tomography (CT) scanner, to acquire sequential images from both devices in the same session, which are combined into a single superposed (co-registered) image. Thus, functional imaging obtained by PET, which depicts the spatial distribution of metabolic or biochemical activity in the body can be more precisely aligned or correlated with anatomic imaging obtained by CT scanning. Two- and three-dimensional image reconstruction may be rendered as a function of a common software and control system.
It is used to assist in diagnosis and staging of cancer.