Mangaluru: Cancer Screening Camp at A J Hospital from 1 to 4 February

Mangaluru: A J Hospital has a state of the art, Comprehensive Cancer Care Centre with all the specialties such as Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Cancer Pain Management, Nuclear Medicine, which is first of its kind in the entire district of Dakshina Kannada. The Oncology team at A J Hospital provides expert, comprehensive and compassionate care to patients with cancer. Our primary goal is to deliver treatment safely and effectively in ways that enhance and benefit the overall experience for our patients.

Cancer is no longer a death sentence. If detected early, it is curable. Successful treatments have allowed cancer patients to carry on longer and more productive lives. Today 45% of all cancer patients can be cured. That is why screening for cancer is so vital in combating this disease. What is screening for cancer? It involves a few simple tests and procedures done to detect common cancers at a very early stage before it spreads thus improving the chance of cure. They are painless and inexpensive with absolutely no side effects. No single blood test or urine test can diagnose any cancer. Screening is not done in a lab. It’s done by a Doctor who will evaluate your chances of developing disease and based on your risk required tests are prescribed, one for each system that is one for breast cancer, one for colon and stomach cancer, one for cervical cancer and so on.

On account of World Cancer Day (4th February) A J Hospital is organizing a CANCER SCREENING CAMP at A J Cancer Centre from Monday, 1/2/2016 to 4/2/2016.

Following packages are offered at a discounted rate of Rs 1000/= per person


Registration & Consultation FREE
Pap smear
Stool Occult blood
Ultrasound abdomen
Clinical evaluation


Registration & Consultation FREE
Stool Occult blood
Ultrasound abdomen
Chest X-ray
Clinical evaluation

All above 40 years of age; those who want to know if they have cancer and people with following symptoms can attend the camp:

• Lump in the breast or mass in the abdomen.
• Post-menopausal bleeding and white discharge.
• Recurrent cough, hoarseness of voice, difficulty in swallowing.
• Ulcer/growth – in cheek/tongue or swelling in the neck.
• Indigestion, altered bowel habits, loss of appetite and rapid loss of weight.
• Bleeding / mass per rectum.
• Severe anemia, recurrent infection, bone pain, bleeding tendencies.

We at A J Cancer Centre know what a large role screening plays in saving lives. We have an entire department dedicated exclusively to cancer screening. Remember, early detection saves lives!!!

To find out more about what we can do for you / registrations please contact: 0824 6613635 or email: (between 9.00am and 5.00pm).

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