Cancer is not an unknown disease anymore. There are many types of cancer that have been diagnose and many more are there which can’t be treated. One of the dangerous cancer happens with women only is called cervix cancer which happens during pregnancy.
No matter if it can be easily diagnosed but there is always a risk of life in it. Either mother or a child survives or both can die. But we’re going to tell you a story which happened recently in Delhi- the capital of India.
In Indraprastha Apollo Hospital of New Delhi, a Doctor again proves why they are consider as God. Yes you heard it right we’re talking about the honourable Dr P.K. Das, Senior Consultant, Medical Oncology at Apollo Cancer Centre. Who not only save a patient suffering from cervix cancer but she also delivers a healthy baby.
Let’s hear it from the beginning, a 39 year old women Marina (from Mizoram) comes to know after 16th month of pregnancy that she is a victim of cervix cancer. During the check up a 7cm long tumour was diagnosed. A dual challenge of pregnancy and cancer, her case required a highly specialised and tailored treatment approach under a specialist only.
So, she approached to Delhi and referred to Dr P.K Das. The clinical group at Apollo Malignant growth Place (ACC), Indraprastha Apollo Emergency clinic, New Delhi, containing clinical oncologists, gynaecologists, careful oncologists, fatal medication subject matter experts, and radiation oncologists dealt with a thorough therapy plan for the best result, the clinic said in a proclamation said.
Marina went through a sum of seven phases of chemotherapy, which were painstakingly directed to guarantee the security and prosperity of both the mother and the unborn youngster, the assertion said. All through the chemotherapy cycle, the ACC group directed customary fatal observing to follow the child’s turn of events and wellbeing intently.
Over the span of the therapy, Marina confronted huge draining entanglements, which were dealt with steady consideration by the committed clinical group. After the second pattern of chemotherapy, her draining stopped, which exhibited the adequacy of the therapy, said Dr PK Das, Senior Specialist, Clinical Oncology, Apollo Malignant growth Community.
As her pregnancy advanced, the clinical group settled on a well-defined course of action for the protected conveyance of the kid. She went through a Lower Fragment Caesarean Segment (LSCS) during her 37th seven day stretch of pregnancy, bringing about the introduction of a sound child young lady, Das said.
Following the fruitful conveyance, she went on with her chemotherapy and radiation treatment followed by brachytherapy, a particular type of therapy that conveys radiation treatment straightforwardly to the disease site.
Throughout treatment, Ms. Marina confronted critical draining difficulties, which were made do with steady consideration by the committed clinical group. After the second pattern of chemotherapy, her draining stopped, showing the viability of the treatment. As her pregnancy advanced, the clinical group settled on a well-defined course of action for the protected conveyance of the youngster.
She went through a Lower Fragment Caesarean Segment (LSCS) during her 37th seven day stretch of pregnancy, bringing about the introduction of a sound child young lady. Following her effective conveyance, she went on with her chemo, and radiation treatment followed by brachytherapy, a particular type of therapy that conveys radiation treatment straightforwardly to the malignant growth site.
The treatment likewise gave time for her gravid uterus to get back to its generally expected size. Her disease is by and by disappearing, and she currently partakes in the delights of parenthood with a solid youngster close by. The child’s wellbeing keeps on being firmly observed to guarantee her prosperity. The exhaustive treatment approach meant to furnish her with a rapid street to recuperation while likewise focusing on the wellbeing and prosperity of her infant.
The success of Ms. Marina’s case shows ACCs’ focus on providing incredible treatment plans that prioritize the well-being of patients and their families. It also shows an example of humanity and hope is still alive. If you believe, God will definitely come to us in any form to save us.
Marina also believes in ACC and the team come forward to her to save her and her baby in any case. Let’s wish they will continue to make significant footsteps in cancer treatment and care, and set new benchmarks for medical excellence for the future.
Our honourable Doctor PK Das also receive a reward and recognition on the Doctor’s day for this case. We wish him many more success and saving story so he can save more Marina, who can share their testimony to us of their fight to cancer and a new life’ s beginning.