Cancer in WOMEN

Cancer in women_Kalkar

Understanding Cancer in Women

Atul Kalkar,  Samiran Nundy,

Indrani Ganguly.

(Amazon Summary)

Clear, succinct, but most sought-after information on various aspects of cancer in women
• Special emphasis on the general patient’s concerns/queries
• Covers recent advances related to cancer in women

About the Authors

Dr. Atul Kakar is Professor and Senior Consultant in Department of Internal Medicine at the Ganga Ram Institute for Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (GRIPMER), New Delhi. He is a fellow of Royal College of Physicians of Glasgow (FRCP) and Fellow of Indian College of Physicians and Indian Association of Clinical Medicine. He is the examiner for Royal College of Physicians for FRCS. His area of interest is Bone health (Osteoporosis & Rheumatology) and HIV medicine.

Dr Samiran Nundy is the Emeritus Consultant of the Department of Surgical Gastroenterology and Liver Transplantation at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and Dean of the Ganga Ram Institute for Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (GRIPMER), New Delhi. Dr. Samiran Nundy is an Indian Gastrointestinal surgeon, medical academic, writer and the former head of the department of Gastrointestinal surgery at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He is a former member of faculty at the Cambridge University, London University and Harvard University and is the founder editor of the National Medical Journal of India and the Tropical Gastroenterology. The Government of India awarded him the fourth highest Indian civilian honour of Padma Shri in 1985.

Consulting Editor: Indrani Ganguly

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