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Dr. Rahul Bhargava

Dr. Rahul Bhargava

24+ years of experience
Director & Head of Department
Gurgaon

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Dr. Rahul Bhargava is one of India’s leading Hemato Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant Surgeons, with over 24 years of expertise. He has performed over 1000 bone marrow transplants, a record in North India, and is also trained to treat Castleman Disease. Furthermore, in 2016, Dr. Rahul Bhargava became the first Indian doctor to perform and popularize stem cell transplantation in multiple sclerosis.

Thus, Dr. Bhargava’s education has come from one of the premier medical institutions in India, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, India. The department has its bone marrow transplantation center.

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Dr. Rahul Bhargava’s Clinical Interests

  • Bone Marrow Transplant for Blood Disorders
  • Bone Marrow Transplant for Multiple Sclerosis
  • Bone Marrow Transplant for Cancer

Member of Associations

  • Delhi hematolgoy Group
  • ISHTM

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Ans – The process takes one to two hours. You can leave that day or the following morning. For a few days, you might feel tired and sore. A process known as apheresis allows them to take cells directly from your blood as well
Ans – The process takes one to two hours. You can leave that day or the following morning. For a few days, you might feel tired and sore. A process known as apheresis allows them to take cells directly from your blood as well
Ans – The process takes one to two hours. You can leave that day or the following morning. For a few days, you might feel tired and sore. A process known as apheresis allows them to take cells directly from your blood as well
Ans – The process takes one to two hours. You can leave that day or the following morning. For a few days, you might feel tired and sore. A process known as apheresis allows them to take cells directly from your blood as well
Ans – The process takes one to two hours. You can leave that day or the following morning. For a few days, you might feel tired and sore. A process known as apheresis allows them to take cells directly from your blood as well

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