Cancer rates in India are on the rise like never before, and causes have been linked mostly to changes in lifestyles.  

It is estimated that there are approximately 2.5 – 3 million prevalent cases of cancer in India at any given time. The good news is, there is a high probability of treating cancers if detected early—in Stage I or Stage II.

Today, thanks to crowdfunding in India, cancer treatment for thousands of people are being funded by donors all over the world.

Crowdfunding sites in India like Impact Guru have been assisting cancer patients to undergo prolonged treatment with one worry chucked off from their minds- the worry about expenses. In the last decade, crowdfunding has become the no. 1 solution to raise an indefinite amount of money within a matter of weeks.

If your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, this article is for you because here we will present the 2019 list of top 6 cancer hospitals in India.

  • Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai

The Tata Memorial Hospital is situated in Parel, Mumbai. It is a specialist cancer treatment and research centre, closely associated with the Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer (ACTREC).

One of the fields of specialization of this hospital is in the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (A.L.L). The hospital claims to treat and cure 99% of the A.L.L patients. This hospital is also one of the few in India to have a P.E.T. scanner.

  1. P.D Hinduja National Hospital, Mumbai

At Hinduja Hospital all types of cancer surgeries are done as per international standard.

The surgical oncology department has a team of qualified and trained surgical and urologic oncologists for every aspect of surgical management for cancer patients.

It is situated at Mahim West, cadell road, Veer Savarkar Marg, Mumbai.

  1. Kidwai Memorial Institute Of Oncology, Bangalore

KMIO is recognised as a charitable institute by the Endowment Department of Karnataka, considering its commitment for services to poor cancer patients.

The charges levied for cancer investigations and treatment, are well within the reach of poor patients.

In cases where the total treatment cost becomes too heavy, such patients are financially assisted by various schemes like Free drugs from the Institute, Karnataka Chief Minister’s Medical Relief fund, Poor Patients Welfare Fund, children Welfare Fund, Kidwai Cancer Drug Foundation, etc.,.

The anti-cancer drugs sold at Kidwai Cancer Drug Foundation’ are 40 to 60% cheaper than the market rates.It is situated at Dr. M.H Marigowda Road, Bangalore, Karnataka.

  1. Apollo Cancer Hospital, Chennai

The hospital’s cancer centers have experienced surgical and radiation cancer specialists as well as diagnostic consultants. The center’s teams of doctors examine each case jointly and decide on the best line of treatment for the patient.

Since treatment of cancer involves tremendous physical and emotional strain, the hospital provides extra support to cancer patients by counseling them to stay positive and to eat right – thereby speeding up the recovery process.

  1. RCC Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

The Regional Cancer Centre (RCC) situated at Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala is a state-owned premium cancer care hospital and research centre.

There are around 7 clinics devoted for the care of patients which offer you the services of renowned oncologists.

RCC provides cutting edge research on how cancer begins and responds to various treatments.

It was established in 1981 by the Government of Kerala and Government of India.

  1. Tata Medical Centre, Kolkata

Tata Medical Center’s Cancer Hospital is an integrated health campus aimed at providing the best clinical equipments and serving the people of West Bengal and eastern India.

 

Treatment processes and patient encounters are optimized to improve patient experience and increase staff efficiency. Apart from the medical equipments modelled on those used in UK hospitals, the design and location of the building enhance the human experience. The seamless progression from public to private spaces uplifts the spirits of both children and adult patients as they endure the physiological and psychological stresses of cancer treatment.