Esophagus is the tube that moves food from mouth to stomach. The cancer forms in tissues of lining of the Esophagus. There are two main types of Esophageal Cancer - Squamous Cell Carcinoma that begins in the flat cell lining and Adenocarcinoma when cancer begins in cells that release fluids, such as mucus.
Dr Reddy has had a special interest in treating Esophageal cancers with radiation and chemotherapy since his graduation training. He has conducted successful clinical research on treating patients with radical radiation and chemotherapy in order to circumvent surgery. This method of treatment allows to preserve the Esophageal tube and patients can continue consuming food normally.
The doctor’s unprecedented skills produce an extraordinary cure rate of 80%. In his long practice his colleagues have noted that he has a special touch when it comes to curing Esophageal Cancer. He has been an invited speaker to many major conferences on Esophageal Cancer and regularly publishes papers in acclaimed scientific journals.