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On the occasion of world cancer day which on 4th of Fenruary and February being a world cancer awareness month, Cancer Rounds is iviting patients across India to avail a free consultations from hematologist.

Blood Cancers makes a huge %age of total cancers in India and also some of the most challenging cases are cancers of the blood. Once you have been diagnosed with either CBC, Biopsy or other pathological tests which are  mandatory to diagnose the cancer, you can ask our team and share all these reports on our whatsapp no. +91-8130077375 or fill this form :


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Some of the most common blood cancer treatments that you can eqnquire from us are:

1.Leukemia : When too many abnormal white blood cells are created.

a.Acute Myeloid leuekemia (AML) Treatment

b.Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) Treatment

c.Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) Treatment

d.Chronic Lymphoblastic Leukemia (CLL) Treatment

2.Non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Treatment or NHL: When the blood cancer involves the lymhatic system

3.Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Treatment

4.Multiple myeloma Treatment

5.Sickle Cell Anemia

Fill this form If you have any questions and want a free consult with onco-hematologist for any of the above mentioned disorders.


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What can you expect from this free opinion:

  1. Free Review of reports
  2. Free Video Call with Blood Cancer Specilaist
  3. Cost estimate of your treatment
  4. Further test required to acertain your disease stage etc.
  5. Phone call with the Blood Cancer Specialist

You are advised to not use this in case of any emergency.

About the doctor:

Dr Rahul Bhargava, Director, Institute of Blood Disorders, has been credited of establishing 10 low cost centres across India.

His longstanding vision of the first integrated centre of excellence in Haematology, paediatric haematology

Work Experience:
  • 1995-2004 – MBBS and MD medicine Bhopal MP
  • 2005 – 2006 – served as a senior resident in department of haematology at CMC Vellore.
  • 2006 – 2009 AIIMS DM graduate New delhi

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Posted by, magneto
February 8, 2020


Bone Marrow Transplant is a procedure for transplantation blood cells which are  usually harvested from bone marrow, peripheral blood of the matching donor, or umbilical cord blood. It may be of three types autologous, allogeneic or syngeneic.


Which Diseases are Treated With Bone Marrow Transplant?


There are a number of blood disorders and blood cancers which can be treated with Bone Marrow Transplantation


  1. Aplastic Anemia
  2. Multiple Myeloma
  3. Leukemia
  4. Sickle Cell disease
  5. Thalassemia
  6. LAD( Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency
  7. Lymphoma
  8. Multiple Scleoris


How Bone Marrow Transplant is Done?

A Bone Marrow Transplant involves harvesting a donor’s healthy blood-forming cells and put them into the patient’s bloodstream through veins, where they begin to grow and make potentially healthy new red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Patients receive high doses of chemo in order to prepate the patient for transplant. Then on the dat of transplant,  the patient receives the donated cells in a process that is like getting blood or regular medicines through an intravenous method.



What are the types of Bone Marrow Transplant?

An autologous transplant is when a person’s own cells are used. These cells are collected from the patient’s bloodstream and stored for later use. An autologous transplant may be an option for patients with certain disease such as multiple sclerosis, Lymphomas.

An allogeneic transplant is when cells from a family member usually a sibling are used for transplant. This is also called a related donor transplant if the donor is a family member. In some cases when the match is not available in the family, MUD which is matched unrelated donor transplant is carried from various registries in India and around the world.


What is the cost of Bone Marrow Transplant?

The cost mainly depends on few factors such as a haploidentical transplant or a full match treansplant. The cost varies due to the usage of certain immunosuppressant agents in order to prevent GVHD ( Graft vs Host Disease). The cost of BMT for a full match transplant starts from Rs. 10,000,00 ( Ten Lacs) to Rs. 18,00,000(Eighteen Lacs)


What is the stay duration in hospital?

The patient needs to stay for 21 days in the hospital for the procedure and then 15-20  days of regualr follow up  is  required post discharge.


What is the success rate of Bone Marrow Transplant?

Success rate depends on the patients clinical condition and the disease type. For details, you can connect with a bone marrow transplant specialist and share your case history. You can request for a case reveiw free of cost at 8130077375 from Hematologist.

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Posted by, magneto
November 29, 2019

Bone Marrow Transplants



Bone marrow transplant is required to cure the follwoing disease:

  1. Aplastic Anemia
  2. Leukemia
  3. Lymphomas
  4. Sickle cell disorder
  5. Thalassemia 
  6. Other blood disorders


CANCER TREATMENT IN INDIA: India is one of the few countries that are up-to-date in their research and technologic developments when it comes to cancer treatments. With state of the art technology and latest drugs available in the market, one can expect to receive the best mode of treatment personalised for that individual, taking into account the medical history, ethnicity, income range and many other facets. The medical specialists in India are trained to attend to a wide variety of cases day in and day out and can offer their expert advice and services to the patient.

Some of the most famous and well-known hospitals for cancer therapy are in Delhi.


This hospitals with cancer rounds are NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers) and also JCI accredited & certified multi-speciality hospital which is well known for its advancement in cancer therapy. The hospital’s oncology department follows multi-modality and trans-disciplinary approach to treat their patients. They are key diagnostic and treatment centres for paediatric and adult oncology. They specialize in onco-surgery, haematology, bone marrow transplant and radiation oncology.

  • Cancer Screening Programme
  • Robotic Surgery
  • Paediatric Oncology and Haematology
  • Bone Marrow Transplant Programme
  • Tumour Board & Group Tumour Board
  • Psycho-Social Counselling
  • Follow-Up & Management of Recurrence


First off, let us see what bone marrow really is.

 It is a soft, spongy material that fills our bones. This material helps in forming cells which make our blood cells, namely red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. They are called Haematopoietic cells.

Now, why do we need bone marrow transplant?

Some cancers and other blood related diseases (like leukaemia, sickle cell anaemia, bone marrow aplasia, lymphomas and multiple myeloma) prevent the normal development of bone marrow. This leads to the depletion of the blood cells in our body. To replenish this, bone marrow transplants are used. 

What are the types of bone marrow transplants available in India?

There are two main types that have been developed:

  • AUTO TRANSPLANT or autologous transplant:

Here the patient’s own bone marrow cells are taken before therapy, frozen and re-introduced through IV tubes into their system once the chemotherapy or radiotherapy is completed.

  • ALLO TRANSPLANT or allogenic transplant:

In this type of treatment, a donor who’s bone marrow closely matches the patient’s is chosen for the bone marrow transplant. If the doctors are unable to find well-matched donor, there are two other options: cells from umbilical cord blood and parent-child transplant where cells are grafted from parent, child, brother or sister.

Once the blood picture shows normal levels of blood counts, the transplant is deemed to have been successful.


One of the main advantages for medical tourists is the cost factor in India. Treatment is very economic yet qualitative in the country. A rough estimate shows that a single bone graft can begin at $12,250 OR INR 900,000 in India.


Many patients will be wondering if it is necessary for them to physically be present for a consultation. Keeping in mind the hectic lifestyles and the patient’s mental state, Indian hospitals offer online consultation facilities.

Call a doctor:

With all the latest technologies available at the tip of our hands, expert consultancy can be received by a phone call or videocall to clear doubts and to help the patient in progressing with the treatment. For enquiries one can connect at +91-8130077375 and request for further details.

Free consultation and second opinions:

If you are worried about the treatment plans and have questions regarding any of the steps in receiving the treatment, our team of doctors are always ready to help and guide you with a second opinion free of cost online or over a call.

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Posted by, magneto
April 10, 2019