Dr. Shilpa Bhartia is a Haemato-Oncologist, specializing in the treatment of blood disorders and blood cancer and bone marrow transplants, based in Kolkata.
Trained internationally, in the United Kingdom, Dr. Bhartia obtained the Fellowship of Royal College of Pathologists ( London). She secured 2 gold medals in Medicine and Obstetrics and Gynecology during her MBBS at Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bengaluru.
Dr. Bhartia treats Leukaemia (Blood cancers) both in adults and children, Lymphoma and Myeloma. She has extensive training and experience in managing various complicated types of Anaemia, bleeding and clotting disorders and Thalassaemia.
Dr. Bhartia provides comprehensive haematological services, including diagnostics, administering chemotherapy, counseling and supports patients throughout their difficult journey.
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A - Z of Haematology
A–Z of Haematology provides an essential ‘quick reference guide’ to definitions covering the entire spectrum of haematology, from blood transfusion and coagulation through to recent advances in molecular haematology.
The soft material in the center of bones is the bone marrow. The bone marrow contains the different types of cells that give rise to red cells, white cells and platelets found in our blood. The marrow may also contain abnormal cells, proteins, or inflammatory processed that are not normally present, such as cancer cells.
Healthy marrow and blood cells are needed to live. Disease can affect the marrow’s ability to function. When this happens a bone marrow or cord blood transplant could be the best treatment option. For some diseases, transplant offers the only potential cure.