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Research

Research

The team at Kamala Nehru Memorial Hospital has been doing ground-breaking research in the areas of cancer care, maternal care, health care management, social and behavioral sciences in health. As a member of the National Cancer Grid and Indian Council of Medical Research’s Hospital Based Cancer Registry under National Cancer Registry Program, we help identify patterns that aid our fight against cancer.

The National Cancer Grid

Kamala Nehru Memorial Hospital is a member of the National Cancer Grid, a network of major cancer centers, research institutes, patient groups and charitable institutions across India with the mandate of establishing uniform standards of patient care for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer, providing specialized training and education in oncology and facilitating collaborative basic, translational and clinical research in cancer.

Delivery of Affordable and Equitable Cancer Care in India

C S Pramesh, Rajendra A Badwe, Bibhuti B Borthakur, Madhu Chandra & others, originally published in Lancet

The delivery of aff ordable and equitable cancer care is one of India’s greatest public health challenges. Public expenditure on cancer in India remains below US$10 per person (compared with more than US$100 per person in high-income countries), and overall public expenditure on health care is still only slightly above 1% of gross domestic product. Read the Lancet Case Study

A Case Report of Multiple Leiomyoma of the Uterus

Dr. Shashwati Sen Consultant KNMH, Dr. Krishna Mukherjee Medical Superintendent KNMH

Myomas are the most common benign tumors of the female genital tract composed of smooth muscle and fibrous connective tissue. They range in size from seedlings to large uterine tumors. Grossly, they are round, firm, well circumscribed nodules. They maybe subserosal, intramural or submucosal. Microscopically, they are made up of spindle shaped cells with no mitotic activity. Their presentation varies from menstrual complaints to pressure symptoms and may even be asymptomatic. Read the Case Study

Kamla Nehru Memorial Hospital: Which Way Forward?

Based on a Indian School of Business case study by Dr. Naga Lakshmi Damaraju, Prafulla Rawal, Bavneet Singh, Himanshu Jain and Magesh Karthik

“The hospital operates primarily in the areas of Obstretrics and Gynaecology (O&G) and Oncology with several other supporting departments.  It is a very reputed hospital in Uttar Pradesh, a very largely populated state in India and draws people from nearby states, primarily from the eastern part of India where infrastructure is largely underdeveloped, and other developing countries like Nepal, Bhutan, to name a few.”
Indian School of Business Case Study. Read the Indian School of Business Case Study