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At our radiotherapy treatment facility, experience the best
care by our compassionate oncologists in a
comforting environment.


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Get the best cancer treatments under one roof. Healing for various cancer types guaranteed in our world-class facilities under the expertise of our Ex-Army & Tata Memorial cancer specialists.




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Only at Yashoda Cancer Institute

Extremely versatile, performing all radiation therapies – IGRT, IMRT, SBRT, SRS, SRT & 3D CRT

Each Fraction takes only 90 seconds.

Less exposure time translates into reduced side- effects.

Flexibility in scheduling appointments.

Improved quality of life.

World Renowned Ex-Army Cancer Specialists For You

Your search ends at Yashoda Cancer Institute- We have got the Best Oncologists in Delhi NCR and Ghaziabad

Dr. (Col.) N. Chakravarty

Director, Radiation Oncology

Army Hospital (R&R), Delhi

Experience: 30+ years

Dr. Rekha Arya

Consultant, Radiation Oncology

Observership in SGPGI Lucknow

Experience: 10+ years

Dr. (Brig.) Arvind K. Tyagi

Director, Surgical Oncology

Army Hospital (R&R), Delhi & Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai

Experience: 30+ years

Dr. Adarsh Kumar

Consultant, Surgical Oncology

Army Hospital (R&R), Delhi

Experience: 10+ years

Dr. (Maj. Gen.) B.N. Kapur

Director, Medical Oncology

Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai

Experience: 30+ years

Dr. Jyoti Anand Gupta

Consultant, Medical Oncology

Experience: 10+ years

Healing through
Radiotherapy with Yashoda

Radiotherapy, also known as radiation therapy, uses radiation to destroy cancer cells. These are high-energy particles and waves such as x-rays, gamma rays and electron beams of protons that put an end to your cancerous growth.

Why Choose Yashoda Cancer Institute
for Radiotherapy?

State-of-the-art treatment

Comprehensive Cancer care with Radiotherapy, Chemotherapy and Surgery options available, according to the condition of the patient.

Complete support

A dedicated medical coordinator will be with you at every step. S/he will help you with the paperwork and in some cases, even transport.

Covid-19 safety

We carry out thermal screening and practice social distancing. Our hospital & medical staff is routinely sanitized. Our doctors wear PPE kits while performing surgery and follow all covid-appropriate behaviour and protocols.

Insurance Support

We are on panel with CGHS, EGHS, ESI, UP Police, UPPCL, UP government, Haryana government and all major TPAs for Medical Insurance support. .

Cancer is more about winning over your fears. Take the journey towards defeating cancer by healing with Yashoda Cancer Institute.

How Does Radiotherapy Treatment Work?

  • Radiation is an energy carried by waves or streams of particles. When used on cancer cells, it damages their DNA.
  • Radiation does not attack all cells; it kills or stunts the growth of only those cancer cells which have begun to divide & grow.
  • To kill the cancerous cells, it is important that their DNA must not remain intact. When this happens, over a period of time, the cancerous cells will die. By destroying the DNA, radiation kills the cancerous cells and shrinks tumours.
  • However, radiotherapy treatment does not kill the cancer cells immediately. It weakens them so that they stop growing and die eventually. This process may take a few weeks or even a few months, long after the radiotherapy treatment has ended.

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This is how you brace up for Radiotherapy treatment

Quit Smoking & Alcohol

If your immune system is compromised, the therapy will be less effective. So, make sure that a few weeks before your radiotherapy begins, you are ready to quit smoking and alcohol.

Arrange For Home Assistance

During radiotherapy, you will feel tired, nauseated and even disoriented. Hence, you may need help at home. It is advisable that you coordinate with your relatives or friends to take care of you and/or your kids.

Start Meditating

Taking radiotherapy can make you anxious due to the radiation exposure. You may also worry about whether the therapy is working or not. Try to relax by practicing meditation.

Arrange For Transport

After radiation, it will be difficult for you to go back home by yourself. Hence, it is advisable to arrange for someone to drop you home safely.

Inform About Metal Implants

If you have a pacemaker or cochlear implant, do let your oncologist know about the same.

Radiotherapy can temporarily affect
you in other ways

Of course, the benefits of radiotherapy far outweigh the side effects which is
why it is done on cancer patients.

Skin problems

Hair loss

Bouts of cough

Fatigue & headache

Blurry vision

Happy Stories In Our Radiotherapy Facility At
Yashoda Cancer Institute

Deepak Thakur

A week ago

Dr. Arvind Tyagi consulted us in a very mature way...they handeled us carefully.

Shashank S

A week ago

I am very glad to share my experience. Dr. N. Chakravarty sir is god for me.

Shubhang Saxena

2 weeks ago

Good institute for radiotherapy treatment at economical costs in Ghaziabad Delhi NCR.

Sashana Rawat

A week ago

Best hospital for cancer patients in Delhi NCR. they have best faculties.

Abhimanyu Johari

3 weeks ago

its team is very dedicated staff for their patients & Dr. Arvind is a great surgeon.

Himani Gupta

20 hours ago

5 stars are too less for Dr. Arvind k. tyagi at yashoda cancer institute.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does radiotherapy treatment cure cancer?

Cancer is an abnormal growth of cells in the body. Though cells division and growth is but natural, however, in case of cancer, they start growing exponentially. Hence, these cancer cells need to be destroyed. Radiotherapy weakens the capacity of these cells to multiply by destroying their DNA. The purpose is to destroy only those cells that are growing abnormally.

Is radiotherapy painful?

Radiotherapy is not painful. You will not feel the radiation at all when undergoing radiotherapy.

Will I be radioactive after my radiotherapy, and can I be among friends & relatives?

The general answer is no- you will not be radioactive. This is because most of the cancer patients get external beam radiation therapy i.e., here, the source of the radiation is outside the patient’s body making you non-radioactive after receiving the radiotherapy treatment.

However, internal radiotherapy implies that the radiation source is put inside the body. Sometimes, a patient may even have to swallow radioactive iodine. With good amount of liquid intake, this iodine gets flushed out quickly. But just to be on the safer side, you should practice caution while receiving such therapy. Your oncologist will give you the needed advice.

Will I definitely lose all my hair after radiotherapy treatment?

Although the general perception is that people lose their hair during radiotherapy, this is not the case with all types of radiotherapy treatments. You lose hair only if the cancerous growth is on your hairy parts, provided that you are getting radiotherapy treatment on those parts.

Does radiotherapy treatment completely cure cancer?

In most cases, it does.
In some cases, the cancer metastasizes, i.e., unbeknownst to the doctors, the cancerous cells move to the other parts of the body. Unfortunately, it is not easy to know if the cancer has begun to affect those parts until there is a visible growth. Hence, it is important to get yourself regularly checked even after the radiotherapy treatment is over.

Can cancer be completely cured with radiotherapy treatment?

Radiotherapy doesn’t immediately kill cancer cells. It weakens them so that they stop growing and eventually die. It may take a few weeks or months, long after the radiotherapy treatment has ended. The dead cells are broken down and discarded automatically by your body.

In most cases, cancer can be cured with radiotherapy but depending upon the cancer, additional measures may be required to completely remove the cancerous cells from the body.

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