Uttar Pradesh tops incidences of cancer in India. As per the findings of the Population Based Cancer Registry functioning under ICMR, Uttar Pradesh accounts for more than 17% of cancer patients in India, far exceeding Punjab, Delhi, Uttarakhand and infact much higher than the three combined. Here people often visit healthcare facilities at the last stage of the disease.
Nayati has been conducting regular cancer screening camps in Cancer prone localities of Uttar Pradesh & Rajasthan to detect and spread awareness about the disease. Nayati Healthcare has many globally published reports in medical journals on the “Challenges of Cancer in the states like Uttar Pradesh”.
Published on Cancer/ Research Reports
- Level and determinants of precancerous symptoms of cervical cancer in an unscreened population of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, India: A pilot study-SomnathDey, Santanu Chaudhuri *, V.V. Rao, AkashRadia, Ashish Awasthi- 22 December 2016
- Does tobacco addiction relate to oral mucosal changes? An epidemiological study from North India- by- Santanu Chaudhuri 1 &Somnath Dey1 &Ashish Awasthi1 & Ram Chandra Bajpai1,2- 4th January 2018
- Epidemiological hazards of tobacco and its manifestations in the oral health of a screened population in Northern India- SantanuChaudhuri∗, SomnathDey, Ashish Awasthi- 12th December 2018
- Journal of Oral Biology and Craniofacial Research- Chaudhuri S, Dey S, Bajpai RC. Prevalence of oral ulcers and its association with addictions in the rural population of western Uttar Pradesh and eastern Rajasthan.
- Journal of Public Health- Chaudhuri S, Dey S, Awasthi A, Bajpai RC. Does tobacco addiction relate to oral mucosal changes? An epidemiological study from north India
- Journal of Cancer Policy 12 (2017) -Chaudhuri S, Dey S, Awasthi A. Epidemiological hazards of tobacco and its manifestations in the oral health of a screened population in Northern India
- Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health- Chaudhuri S, Dey S, Raov.v, RadiaA, Awasthi A. Level and determinants of precancerous symptoms of cervical cancer in an unscreened population of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, India: a pilot study
- International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) -Sinha S.N., Chaudhuri S, Dey S. A Simplistic Approach for Registration of Orthogonal Planar Images as a Pre-Preparation for Externally Acquired Cranial Images in Department of Radiation Oncology, Nayati Healthcare and Research Centre”, November 2015
- International Journal of Current Advanced Research-SantanuChaudhuri., SaurabhGoswami., Mamta Sharma, Navin Kumar, Neeraj Kumar, AkashRadia and Sanjeev K Gupta. Contributing factors in the predisposition of symptoms of cervical cancers in unscreened population of Northern India
- International Journal of Current Advanced Research-Santanu Chaudhuri, Sanjeev K Gupta, Debashis Panda, Navin Kumar, Aneesh PM, Neeraj Kumar, Sujit N Sinha, and AnkitGoyal. Can India Win The Fight In Narrowing The Gap Between Metro Centric Cancer Care And Rural Outreach?
- International journal of basic and applied research-Santanu Chaudhuri, Sanjeev K Gupta, Neeraj Kumar, Debashis Panda, Navin Kumar, AkashRadia, AnkitaChourasia. A comparative analysis of the effects of Non-smoked tobacco on oral mucosa over smoked and alcohol use in Northern Indian population
- Global Journal For Research Analysis- SujitNathSinha, Santanu Chaudhuri. CT Image Management Of Obese Patients In Radiotherapy Treatment Planning Procedure By Implementing Different In-House Modules Developed At Nayati Medicity
- Abstract presented in World Cancer Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 1-4th October 2018 and published in UICC’S Journal of global oncology- Dr. S Chaudhuri, A Goel, A Awasthi, S K Gupta, S Rastogi, D panda, N kumar, PM Aneesh. Disparity between Metrocentric cancer care and rural outreach in India: Situational analysis and and future trends in context of developing countries
- Abstract presented in World Cancer Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 1-4th October 2018 and published in UICC’S Journal of global Oncology- SantanuChaudhuri, Sanjeev K Gupta, Neeraj Kumar, Debashis Panda, NavinKumar, AkashRadia, AnkitaChourasia. Non smoked tobacco addiction playing major role in oral mucosal changes in northern Indian population over smoked and alcohol use
- Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics Volume 14(4);2018- SantanuChaudhuri, Debashis Panda, SaurabhGoswami, , Neeraj Kumar, NavinKumar, Mamta Sharma, AkashRadia, Sanjeev K Gupta. Association of histopathological grading of oral and oropharyngeal cancers and its correlation with tobacco abuse both smoked and nonsmoked, in western part of Uttar Pradesh: A hospital based study
- Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics Volume 14(4);2018-SaurabhGoswami, Neeraj Kumar, Debashis Panda, Sanjeev K Gupta, S.N. Sinha,NavinKumar, Mamta Sharma, Importance of multifactorial association of demographic events influencing treatment tolerance in radiation therapy of head and neck cancers: A hospital-based study
- Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics - Debashis Panda, Saurabh Goswami, Neeraj Kumar, Sanjeev K Gupta, Navin Kumar, Mamta Sharma, An analytical study of organs at risk constraints achieving spinal cord and brainstem tolerance using QUANTEC guidelines in re-irradiation cases of recurrent head and neck cancer
Cancer Outreach/Awareness Initiatives
- Regular Cancer Screening camps in cancer prone localities of Uttar Pradesh & Rajasthan
- Screened 5 lakh members in cancer camps of which 11,145 were found to have early stage cancer or pre-malignant conditions, in the head and neck diseases alone
- Partnered with YOUWECAN Foundation forcancer awareness in Mathura through:
- Connect Program
- Cancer screening camps for early detection - We deployed fully equipped Mobile Medicinal Units (MMUs) to reach the remotest places
- Technical and financial support for cancer program
- Financial support for the treatment of low income patients