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The department of oncology at the CK Birla Hospital is a consultant-led, state-of-the-art unit focusing on collaborative and comprehensive cancer care for the best possible clinical outcomes. We offer high-precision diagnostics, screening, advanced medical and surgical treatments for a wide range of cancers at all stages. We tailor your care plan to suit your health needs with a multidisciplinary team of oncologists, surgical oncologists, pathologists, physicians, specially-trained nurses, nutritionists, physiotherapists and pain management specialists. Our cancer care team will compassionately counsel and guide you and your family at every step to help navigate the psychological, emotional and physical effects of the disease. We emphasise on actively involving you in your treatment plan so that you can make informed decisions with clarity and confidence.

Our services

Our services

Gastrointestinal oncology

Cancers that affect the gastrointestinal (GI) tract include cancers of the oesophagus, stomach, biliary system, pancreas, small intestine, large intestine, rectum and anus. GI cancers are treated based on the type and stage with a combination of high-precision surgical interventions and medical treatments.

Breast cancer treatment

We have a dedicated breast centre to offer advanced treatments of all stages of breast cancer as well as risk assessment, screening and preventive interventions. Tailor-made care plans are developed based on the type, site and stage of cancer, unique biological markers and patient’s medical history. Highly targeted treatments offered at the Breast Centre include breast surgeries, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy and targeted therapy.

Gynaecological oncology

Cancers affecting the female reproductive system are known as gynaecological cancers. These include cancer of the cervix, endometrium, ovary, vagina, vulva and uterus. Our team of internationally recognised gynaecologists and oncologists offer medical management and surgical interventions including minimally invasive surgeries for these cancers.

Head and neck oncology

Head and neck cancers are tumours that affect the mouth, throat, nasal cavity, eyes, ears and other regions of the head and neck. These cancers are majorly caused by alcohol and tobacco consumption. The treatment protocols are determined by factors like type, size and stage of cancer.


Uro-oncology deals with cancers of the urinary tract and male reproductive system. Urological cancers include cancers of the kidney, bladder, prostate, penis and testicles. Our onco-urologists specialise in treating such cancers and work in close collaboration across specialities if cancer metastasized.

Risk assessment and screening

Risk assessment and screening services help in early detection and timely treatment for most cancers allowing the best possible treatment outcomes. We offer comprehensive diagnostics and investigations with our high-end medical tools like modular CT scans, expert-led interpretation of their results, education, and prevention measures for disease interpretation based on the patient's history and overall health.

Palliative care

Palliative care is focused on the health and wellbeing of patients with life-limiting cancers. It offers support on ways to manage physical symptoms and pain associated with the terminal illness. Our care team compassionately provides emotional, mental and spiritual guidance according to your needs and preference.

Robotic Oncological Surgery

Cancer can be tricky to isolate and detect. But once detected in the early stages every bit of effort needs to be made to ensure that it can be eliminated from the body. With robotic surgery, surgeons can now access the tricky spots, and only probe where necessary in real time. It is this precision that helps isolate cancer and use a targeted treatment approach for improved clinical outcomes.

Robot Assisted Breast Surgery

The Robotic Breast Surgery Program at CK Birla Hospitals brings a new dimension to oncology care, blending advanced robotics in breast cancer surgery for enhanced precision and quicker recovery. Spearheaded by leading oncologists, it's a significant stride in patient care. Dive deeper into our innovative approach on the oncology page.

Treatments for cancer

Treatments for cancer

Surgrical oncology

Surgical oncology is the use of surgery to remove cancers and surrounding tissues as a line of treatment. Surgery is offered for the treatment of cancers like gynaecological cancers, breast cancers, gastrointestinal cancers, and head and neck tumours.


Chemotherapy is the use of medical drugs to kill cancer cells and control its spread in the body. Chemotherapy is given as intravenous (IV) infusion through a drip or oral tablets. We offer tailored precision medicine and protocols at our dedicated state-of-the-art chemo daycare unit.

Targeted therapy

Targeted therapy involves the use of medicinal drugs to interfere with the growth of cancer cells in the body. This treatment stops the spread of cancer by targeting and attacking specific genes and proteins that are associated with cancer growth.


We provide personalised immunotherapy as a treatment alternative for a wide range of cancers. Our medical oncologists tailor your treatments to your unique symptoms and prescribe drugs to help boost your immune system to fight cancer cells. We use this treatment option in combination with other treatments to help preserve and maintain your quality of life.

Cancer care at the CK Birla Hospital

Cancer care at the CK Birla Hospital

A cancer diagnosis is a challenging and difficult experience. At the CK Birla Hospital, we ensure that you receive the best cancer care, tailored to your needs and unstinting support that you need during this time.

Highlights of the department:

  • State-of-the-art chemo daycare & precision medicine
  • Internationally reputed team of surgical oncologists
  • Full spectrum of surgical oncology
  • Multidisciplinary, team-based care
  • Convenient and home-like supportive care

Our cancer care experts

Our cancer care experts

Survivor stories

Survivor stories



What are the most common forms of cancer?

In men, prostate cancer is one of the most common types while breast cancer is one of the most common cancers among women.

What are the early signs of cancer?

Early signs of cancer include blood in the urine, persistent lumps, obvious change in a wart or a mole, Indigestion or difficulty swallowing, abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge and unexpected weight loss.

How can I reduce my risk of cancer?

In order to reduce the risk of cancer, you should avoid consuming tobacco, eat a healthy diet, maintain a healthy body weight, engage in physical activity, and get routine screening to assess your risk.

What is an ideal diet for cancer patients?

Cancer patients require personalised diet plans according to their medical needs. Common diety requirements include a balanced diet with lean proteins, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat dairy while limiting your sugar, caffeine, salt, and alcohol intake.

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