Apt. No. 1, First Floor, Abhishek Apartment, Near Shashwat Hospital, Opp. Paranjape Business Hub, Karve Road, Kothrud, Pune, Maharashtra 411038



Dr. Reshma Puranik - Best Cancer Specialist in Pune

MBBS, MD, DNB Medicine,
DM, DNB Medical Oncology,

  • Consultant Medical Oncologist and Haemato-oncologist.
  • 10+ Years of experience – Best Cancer Specialist in Pune
  • She has vast experience and inimitable proficiency in managing diverse cancers like Head & Neck, Lung, Breast, Gastrointestinal, Genitourinary, sarcomas and skin cancers.
  • She has a penchant for treating malignancies in females like breast and cervix cancer and wishes to work on cancer awareness, early diagnosis and prevention of cancer in females.
  • She also has expertise in managing hematological malignancies like leukemia’s, lymphomas and multiple myeloma. She is especially inclined towards screening and preventive oncology.
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    Dr Puranik cancer clinic with AAKAR Ngo organised a cervical cancer awareness program for the young students of Modern College of Arts , Science and Commerce.

    Dr. Reshma Puranik, consultant medical oncologist explained the causes , signs , symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer.
    She emphasized on importance of giving cervical cancer vaccine for prevention of cervical cancer.
    She also explained the role of pap s smear screening in early diagnosis of cervical cancer

    All students enthusiastically participated in discussion on cervical cancer.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes. Breastfeeding can reduce the risk of developing breast cancer.

    If you eat a high-fat diet, it increases your risk of cancer because fat stimulates estrogen production, which in turn promotes tumor growth. A nutritious, low-fat diet (30 grams or less) including lots of fruits and green vegetables can help reduce your risk of breast cancer.

    Moderation is key. One drink per day has been shown to slightly increase the risk of breast cancer. Having more than one drink per day has shown to be a more significant risk factor, and the alcohol content doesn’t matter: wine, beer or a mixed drink. Alcohol also increases estrogen in your bloodstream.