May 20, 2009
While carrying a pregnancy takes nine months, sixty-two-year-old Satyavati Sawant carried a cancerous tumour, a whopping eight-kilo burden, in her stomach for over two years.
The Times of India
6th October 2011
Doctors save man’s arm, remove 1.5 kg tumour
Beach ball-sized growth is largest desmoid fibrosis reported in medical journals
25th January 2012
In a rare surgery, doctors at a city hospital removed a 10-kg tumour from the abdomen of a 42-year-old anaemic woman, who apparently weighed 47 kg before operation.
Docs remove tumour, save woman’s kidney
Pedder Road resident got a new kidney in 2008 after suffering from renal failure, but learnt later that a tumour had grown near it
After being told by several doctors in Goa that his condition was inoperable and he had to live with the tumour and the tubes, it was natural that this man would be depressed.Know more
MUMBAI: A 52-year-old man, suffering from a rare form of penile cancer, had given up all hope after one of the premier hospitals declared him “inoperable”, given his advanced stage of cancer.Know more
The family of 13-year-old Gineshwari Jain is glad to see their child recovering well after being diagnosed with Solid Pseudopapillary Epithelial Neoplasm of the Pancreas (SPEN)Know more