Radiation oncology

Radiotherapy is one of the most effective modalities for the majority of cancers. It is estimated that radiotherapy is directly responsible for at least 40% of all cancer patients surviving beyond five years. Technical, academic and clinical advances in radiotherapy have improved patient management and outcomes very significantly. The development of more sophisticated approaches to radiotherapy treatment have been made possible by improvements in radiological imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance (MR), computer tomography (CT), computerized 3- dimensional, ''inverse'' treatment planning, patient positioning , and more sophisticated linear  accelerator technology.

Conformal radiotherapy offers the greatest advantage at sites where existing local control is poor or modest. It enables more aggressive dosing of the tumor while avoiding the concomitant harmful effects on other local tissue. The introduction of newer technologies (IGRT/ IMRT) has further improved outcomes by increasing organ sparing, providing better local control of disease, enhancing quality of life and reducing treatment associated morbidity. A fundamental tenet of radiation therapy is that successful outcomes require accurate alignment of the treatment beam to the largest tissue. Our centers with focus on IT driven technology makes it possible.

Our centers will be equipped with cutting edge technology backed by humans with world class expertise to provide patients with services beyond excellence not limiting to the fields of Radiation, Medical & Surgical Oncology but the entire paraphernalia of services associated.  Along with the expertise of our human resources, we are providing a suite of tools that work together to achieve better target localization during the clinical radiation therapy process. Dynamic Targeting focuses on localizing tumors based on internal anatomy, not just on the conventional external marks or tattoos. The steps of typical clinical radiation therapy process include:  Imaging for staging, immobilization, imaging for planning, treatment planning, post – planning verification, treatment delivery, imaging for treatment, image and information management and quality assurance.

When Options and time are running out for many diagnosed with Cancer in the country, Comprehensive Blood & Cancer Center (CBCC), USA comes with renewed optimism. CBCC, one among the largest free standing cancer specialty center in USA based at Bakersfield, California unveils South Asia's first Radiation Oncology center with Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) to the Indian state of Gujarat at Apollo Hospitals, Ahmadabad a member of Apollo Hospital Groups, one of the largest healthcare groups in South & South East Asia. Working together with Apollo Hospitals - Ahmadabad, CBCC strives to bring an array of technologies, a breadth of resources, and above all, a resurgence of hope to an area of the world in dire need of all three. Now at Chhattisgarh this State of Art Techniques has reached to us.

In association with CBCC USA we are coming up with following latest techniques of Radiotherapy for the first time in Chhattisgarh very soon:

  • Dual Energy Digital Linear Accelerator.
  • 3 D Conformal radiotherapy.
  • Multileaf Collimator (MLC).
  • 3-D Treatment Planning System with Virtual Simulation.
  • IMRT (Intensity Modular radiotherapy).
  • IGRT (Image Guided Radiotherapy).
  • SRS (Stereo tactic radio surgery).
  • SRT (Stereo tactic radiotherapy).
  • IMRT (Intensity Modular radiotherapy).
  • IMRT (Intensity Modular radiotherapy).

Radiation oncologist

  • Dr. Piyush Shukla
    MBBS, MD (Radiotherapy)
    Consultant Radiation Oncology


Phone : +91 771 4215100
Fax : +91 771 4013120
Email : info@cbccusa.in
In front of Jain Mandir
Near Ram Krishna Care Hospital Dawada
Colony, Pachpedhi Naka Raipur
Chhattisgarh. Pin - 492001.

Raipur, Chhattisgarh

Partner Hospital


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