The only limit to your impact is your imagination and commitment. Tony Robbins

At the Nag Foundation there is no lack of imagination and commitment to the cause of cancer, whether it is in creating a change in making cancer more humane or reaching into the community to make them more in control. We strive to make a change.
The 5th Breast Cancer Survivors Conference in Pune - October 17th - 18th

 
CANCER EDUCATION
Scientific lecture series
Senior Medical Oncologist,
Sahyadri Hospital
Senior Medical Oncologist,
Sahyadri Hospital
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General Awareness
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  World No Tobacco Day
 
About Breast Cancer Indus
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Speaking on medical
Oncology.
Cancer awareness workshop
in Pune-India.
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social awareness campaigns
Breast Cancer
INTRODUCTION
Up to 1 in 28 Indian women may be at risk of developing the disease. Yet, with advances in treatments, a woman can be cured if...
Ovarian Cancer
INTRODUCTION
Ovarian cancer accounts for about 3% of cancers among women, but it causes more deaths than any other... cancer of the female...
Prostate Cancer
INTRODUCTION
Have you ever wondered if people really understood their bodies? We surveyed a group of men of varied ages and professions, on how...
 
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patient care

the surabhi nag research award 2015

Awareness
In 2010 we came up with a 2011 calendar which had photographs of survivors
with a message from them.
 

receipe book
Food and cooking are bring together people. Especially in India. To get great family cooks to divulge their culinary secrets is difficult and sometimes impossible. Our survivors got together and over hot chai and delicious snacks let us in on their secret recipes, some high on health, some high on taste, but each and everyone filled with love and caring.
Bon Apetite!
 
 

Pune Breast Group
Started this year by a group of Oncologists interested in the management of Breast Cancer.
We meet on the second Saturday of every month to discuss
recent advances and challenging cases in practice.
Dr Anupama Mane
Dr Pranjali Gadgil
Dr Shona Nag
Dr A B Ranade
Dr Vikram Maiy
Dr Shekhar Kulkarni
Dr Tushar Patil
Dr Ojas Wadhwa
Dr Varsha Hardas
Dr Aparna Atre
Dr Gautam Sharan
Dr Satyajit Gill
Dr Kauravi Zade

Survivorship in Breast Cancer Poster
Dr Pranjali Gadgil presented a poster on Survivorship in Breast Cancer in urban India at the Asco Breast Cancer Symposium held at San Francisco on the 25th of September 2015 This data was obtained from about 200 survivors at last years Breast Cancer Survivors Conference

poster-survivorship
 

CANCER RESEARCH
Research to support advancements in cancer care and treatment.
Dr. Shona Nag
Hepatitis B Viral Infection in AL
Nag S., Pai S. K., Advani S. H.;. Indian J.Haem. And Blood Transfusion, 1995; 13:150-3

Oral talactoferrin extends survival in patients with refractory NSCLC in a randomized, placebo-controlled, phase 2 trial: C1-05.
Journal of Thoracic Oncology. 12th World Conference on Lung Cancer, Seoul, Korea, September 2-6, 2007. 2(8) Supplement 4:S360, August 2007. Parikh, Purvish M. 1; Wang, Yenyun 2; Ranade, A A. 3; Vaid, A K. 4; Advani, S H. 5; Raghunadharao, D 6; Nag, S 7; Madhavan, J P. 8; Varadhachary, Atul 9

Treatment of Advanced Hormone-Sensitive Breast Cancer in Postmenopausal Women With Exemestane Alone or in Combination With Celecoxib.
Luc Yves Dirix, Jorge Ignacio, Shona Nag, Poonamally Bapsy, Henry Gomez, Digumarti Raghunadharao, Robert Paridaens, Stephen Jones, Silvia Falcon, Marina Carpentieri, Antonello Abbattista, Jean-Pierre Lobelle Journal of Clinical Oncology Mar 10 2008: 1253-1259.

A phase II study of sequential neoadjuvant gemcitabine plus doxorubicin followed by gemcitabine plus cisplatin in patients with operable breast cancer: prediction of response using molecular profiling
P K Julka1, R T Chacko2, S Nag3, R Parshad1, A Nair2, D S Oh4, Z Hu4, C B Koppiker3, S Nair2, R Dawar1, N Dhindsa5, I D Miller6, D Ma7, B Lin7, B Awasthy8 and C M Perou British Journal of Cancer (2008) 98, 1327–1335. Published online 1 April 2008
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