Digestive Cancer Care
Revolutionized the surgery for cancer Oesophagus known as Palanivelu’s Technique of Oesophagectomy.
One of the earliest centers in world to prove Laparoscopic cancer surgery was as effective as open surgery for Cancer Care. Further, we also showed this world that laparoscopic cancer surgery was much superior to open surgery in terms of patient comfort.
In GEM, the Best Cancer hospital in India, with the unstoppable efforts of Prof.C.Palanivelu and his team, through their innovations have shown that any kind of gastrointestinal cancers like
- Oesophagus cancer
- Uterus, etc.,
can be safely removed. With the newer technologies in surgery and imaging like the da Vinvi robotic system, 4K, and 3D laparoscopy, the magnification and visualisation are now 10 times better than the human eye, making these surgeries superior translating to better outcomes.
Tests and Treatments Offered
Awards and Achievement
Loved by our Patients
We went to GEM hospital for my brother. He undergone severe stomach pain, the hospital staff , nurses and doctors gave us very good hospitality and guidance about our issue with very clear transparency. Even though we went on Sunday, but most of doctors were came and hospital were working as normal day. I highly recommend this hospital who has stomach and other related issue.
Frequently Ask Questions.
The exact cause of stomach cancer is not known, but certain risk factors can increase the likelihood of developing the disease. These include infection with Helicobacter pylori bacteria, a history of stomach polyps or chronic gastritis, smoking, family history of stomach cancer, a diet high in salty and smoked foods, obesity, and certain genetic conditions.
Pancreatic cancer is a malignant tumor that forms in the tissues of the pancreas, an organ located behind the stomach. It is a serious and often aggressive form of cancer.
In some cases, esophageal cancer can have a genetic component. Certain inherited gene mutations, such as mutations in the TP53 gene or familial cancer syndromes like Lynch syndrome, can increase the risk of developing esophageal cancer. If you have a family history of esophageal cancer, it is advisable to consult with a genetic counselor or healthcare professional to assess your individual risk.