According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), India is likely to witness 17.3 new cancer cases, with approximately 8.8 lakh succumbing to the disease by 2020. As cancer continues to become commonplace, it is pertinent to ask if one is receiving the right diagnosis? And if you should take a second opinion on your cancer diagnosis?
Stephanie Seban was scheduled for a surgery just two days after being diagnosed with HER2 positive breast cancer. Despite undergoing treatment for almost four years, a new tumor appeared. Tired and wrought with unresponsive treatments, she decided to take a second opinion on her cancer diagnosis, only to discover that she was wrongly diagnosed. She was never HER2 positive to begin with which is why the treatment never worked.
Cancer is a disease with a wide range of possible outcomes and therefore, it is important that you make sure you’re in good hands.
Your case will be thoroughly studied by a renowned team of oncologists
You get to identify your ailment from the best minds in the country
You receive a clear and realistic prognosis
You receive a customized treatment plan depending on various factors such as your age and medical history
You secure your health and safety in good hands