About

Dr Suvadip Chakrabarti

Dr. Suvadip Chakrabarti MCh (Surgical Oncology) is one of the Best Cancer Doctor in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. In Kolkata, he is Cosultant Surgical Oncologist at the prestigious Apollo Gleneagles Cancer Institute, Kolkata. He has served as the Chief of Surgical Oncology services, HOD, AMRI Mukundapur. He is also associated as a visiting Consultant in the Department of Surgical Oncology with Medica Super-specialty Hospital, Kolkata and Ruby Cancer Center, Kolkata. He is the Director of Surgical Oncology of the upcoming BIMS-BCF Cancer center, Burdwan.

Let us help ourselves with a brief outfit of his entire journey and triumphs.

He has completed his MBBS from Bangalore, Karnataka in 2008. Surgery being his option for further studies, he completed his Masters in Surgery from Mumbai, Maharashtra in 2012.

Successfully Done

Head & Neck Cancer

Thyroid Cancer

Breast Cancer

Gynae Oncology

CRS+Hipec Surgery

Cytoreductive surgery with hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy

The paradigm of cytoreductive surgery or CRS has been induced with hyper-thermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) to treat resectable peritoneal carcinomatosis in most effective way. Use of this technology has also helped in boosting the chances of survival for patients.

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    Surgical Expertise

    Head & Neck Malignancy

    Oncology at Head and Cervical positions is performed in a variety of forms. These….. know more

    Thyroid Malignancy

    This type of disease may initially appear as a lump at the cervical position that grows fast.. Know more

    Breast Cancer

    The best shot of treatment is available with the latest screening diagnosis and treatment.. know more

    Gynae Oncology

    Gynae Oncology is associated with the surgical oncology related to Gynaecological factors.. know more

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    GI Malignancy

    In medicine, commonly used abbreviation for gastrointestinal, referring collectively to the stomach and the small and large intestine.

    Stomach

    In medicine, commonly used abbreviation for gastrointestinal, referring collectively to the stomach and the small and large intestine.
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    Colon

    In medicine, commonly used abbreviation for gastrointestinal, referring collectively to the stomach and the small and large intestine.
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    Rectum Cancer

    In medicine, commonly used abbreviation for gastrointestinal, referring collectively to the stomach and the small and large intestine.
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    What is Cancer?

    There are billions of cells in the human body, each with a unique function. These cells divide and expand to keep the body running smoothly.

    When old cells do not die, and cells expand uncontrollably, it results in the formation of new, abnormal cells. So, cancer develops when the body’s normal control mechanism stops working.

    Happy & Thankful Patients

    Somnath Roy

    Not only a great surgeon but connects wonderfully to the patient thus psychologically boosting the patient which significantly enhances prognosis, highly recommended and someone who can be blindly relied on in critical conditions.It was indeed a great experience to know him. Wish him all the best and an illustrious career which will do good to many who needs his care.

    Chandan Kazi

    One of the Best Onco Surgeon. Treat with utmost care. Very approchable and always willing to help. Human being Doctor with great personality and kind. Always do very good behaviour with the patient and patient party.

    Gourab K

    Thanks a lot sir for the precision onco surgery you conducted on my grandmother. I must mention you truly excel in Onco-surgery. We never thought my grandma at 84 years would be able to make it through this major operation, but thanks to you for making this happen with precision and ease. My grandma’s all good and is showing speedy recovery. Lots of accolades to you.

    Christopher Gomes

    My sister from Bangladesh was just got free from her loads of tension in her first visit to Dr.Suvadip Chakrabarty in Kolkata. I must say he is a patient friendly doctor.She was confident for her surgery because of Dr. Suvadip[s wonderful manner.The surprising thing was Dr.Suvadip updated on surgery and the situation to our relatives as well.We all have a wonderful experience with Dr. Suvadip Chakrabarti of Kolkata.

    Indrajit Raj

    Dr Suvadip Chakrabarty is wonderful person as well as Doctor. He is the legend of Onco Surgery in Howrah district.

    Latest Blogs

    Itchy Breast-Could It Be A Sign of Breast Cancer?

    Itchy Breast-Could It Be A Sign of Breast Cancer?

    Introduction Itchy breasts are a common complaint of a lot of women, says Dr. Suvadip Chakrabarti, a well-known breast cancer doctor in Kolkata. It is frequently a symptom of a benign skin illness such as contact dermatitis or eczema. Still, it can also indicate a...

    Head & Neck Cancer Surgeon Explains Gum Cancer

    Head & Neck Cancer Surgeon Explains Gum Cancer

    What is gum cancer? Gum cancer is a kind of oral cancer. The majority of gum malignancies are squamous cell carcinomas, which grow fast on the gum surface, says Dr. Suvadip Chakrabarti, a well-known head and neck cancer surgeon in Kolkata. Gum cancers in their early...

    Life After Breast Cancer Treatment-By Breast Cancer Surgeon

    Life After Breast Cancer Treatment-By Breast Cancer Surgeon

    So, you have completed your breast cancer treatment. It's a relief and a reason to celebrate. You might anticipate your life to return to normal, but instead of returning to your old normal, you may have to adjust to a new one, says Dr. Suvadip Chakrabarti, a...

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    Disclaimer

    Oncology is an ever evolving field of medicine and is matter of research and development. The author per say does not claim the following to be guidelines of practice in oncology. These are part of patient awareness initiative by Dr. Suvadip Chakrabarti MCh (Surgical Oncology), cancer doctor in Kolkata to educate people at large of various options in Oncology. It should not be taken to be practice guidelines.