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Dr Soumya Bhattacharya

Dr Soumya Bhattacharya

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Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata

Kolkata

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Brief About Dr Soumya Bhattacharya

Dr Soumya Bhattacharya, a highly esteemed Hematologist based in Kolkata, India, boasts over 25 years of extensive experience in the field. Having worked at prestigious hospitals in the United Kingdom, Dr Bhattacharya holds MBBS and MD (Medicine) degrees, along with an FRC Pathology from the Royal Oldham Hospital in the UK. Additionally, he completed a visiting fellowship in Bone Marrow transplant at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Centre in Seattle, US.

Dr Bhattacharya is an active member of esteemed associations such as the European Haematology Association in the UK, the American Society of Haematology in the US, and the World Conference on Haemoglobinopathies and Thalassemia’s in Palermo, Sicily. For further details, you can reach out to Dr Bhattacharya on LinkedIn at https://in.linkedin.com/in/soumya-bhattacharya-27b10b32. His areas of expertise include Haemato oncology, Hematology, and blood-related diseases.

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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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