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Overview

HCG provides state-of-the-art facilities for diagnosis and treatment, which include PET-CT, PET-MRI, 3T-MRI and radiation therapies like IGRT, IMRT, TomoTherapyH, CyberKnife, TrueBeam, Versa HD and Robotic surgery through da Vinci. We provide all the treatment modalities like radiation, surgical and medical oncology, under a single roof, which gives us an edge when it comes to customising treatment options, based on every case.

Over 220 oncologists and over 440 specialized physicians are associated with us and are a part of the HCG group. In addition, we have a team of highly experienced doctors including oncologists, neurosurgeons, head and neck surgeons, gastroenterologists, uro oncologists, ortho oncologists etc.

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Technology
HCG has, for long, been at the forefront of the fight against cancer. An area of such intensity requires innovative treatments and methods, and the introduction of industry-changing technologies.
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MDT
A multidisciplinary team is a panel of specialists with expertise in specific fields, who are brought together for each case. This panel of experts works in synergy, to ensure that comprehensive opinion is available.
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Quality of Life
At HCG, we believe that understanding cancer is the first and the best step in curing it, at the earliest. We own a dedicated unit for diagnosis - Triesta. At Triesta, the dedicated unit for diagnosis, we take a step by step approach.
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First from HCG
Asia's first bloodless Bone Marrow Transplant, India's first Computer Assisted Tumour Navigation Surgery (CATS), First hospital in India to introduce Flattening Free Filter (FFF) mode technology to treat a patient.
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Network
Our unique hub-and-spoke model helps us to maintain an integrated approach to cancer care. We are able to successfully reach thousands of patients across India, through our ‘spokes’, located in smaller cities and Tier-2 & 3 towns.
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Winning Over Cancer
Our body is made up of cells. All cancers begin in cells, which are the fundamental unit of life. To understand cancer, it's useful to know what happens when normal cells become cancer cells.
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