Dr. Sanjeev K. Gupta

Dr. Sanjeev K. Gupta
Radiation Oncologist, Hyderabad

MD (Radiation Oncology)

Dr. Sanjeev Gupta has taken immense training as Radiation Oncologist from world renowned Cancer Institutes- TATA Hospital, Mumbai and Tata, Kolkata. he has specialized in advanced radiation treatment techniques with evidence based management.
His areas of expertise include: High Precision Radiation Therapy with the advanced techniques (Rapid Arc Radiotherapy-VMAT, Tripple FF Radiosurgery, SRS, SRT, SBRT, IGRT, IMRT, etc) 
Dr. Gupta is practicing as a consultant Radiation Oncologist at Yashoda Cancer Institute, Secunderabad. He is Specialist in Cancer Treatment with “Advanced Radiation Therapy Techniques”. He has treated many national and international patients with excellent results and has published a number of papers on Cancer research in International and national Journals.  He is always keen to new technologies .
  • Languages :English, Hindi, Telugu


Consultant Radiation Oncologist, Yashoda Hospital, Secunderabad, Secunderabad, Hyderabad July, 2014 -  Present

Consultant Radiation Oncologist & Cancer Specialist, Indur Cancer Hospital August, 2008 -  April, 2012


  • Radiation Oncology

  • Cancer Radiation Therapy

  • Cancer Chemotherapy

  • Clinical Oncology

  • Palliative Care


  • Brachytherapy


  • High Precision Radiation Therapy includes:
  • Rapid Arc VMAT
  • Triple F" Radiosurgery SRS, SRT
  • Image Guided Radio Therapy (IGRT)
  • IMRT, 3DCRT and conventional planning.
  • HDR Brachytherapy- IGBT, ICRT and Interstitial implant
  • Evidence based Clinical approach
  • Chemotherapy and Palliative care management


MD (Radiation Oncology), 2008, Rani Durgavati Vishwavidalaya, Jabalpur, India

Fellowship in High Precision Radiation Therapy (May 2012- April 2014), 2014, Tata Medical Center, Kolkata, India

Praful Desai/ UICC Fellowship in Radiation oncology (May 2014 – June 2014 (2 months)), 2014, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India

Clinical Observership in Radiation Oncology (Two Months in 2011-12), 2012, Nizam’s Inst. of Med. Sciences, Hyderabad, India

Practice Information

Yashoda Hospital, Secunderabad

Yashoda Hospital, Secunderabad

Secunderabad, Alexander Road, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500003


11:00 AM - 01:00 PM


10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Publications:International journals:Predictors of Weight Loss during Conformal Radiotherapy for Head and Neck Cancers-How Important are Planning Target Volumes.? Mallick I, Gupta SK, Ray R, Sinha T, Sinha S, Achari R, Chatterjee S. Clin Oncol (R Coll Radiol). 2013;25:557-563.PMID:23651866.
  • Prospective evaluation of dose-volume parameters predicting acute diarrhea during pelvic radiotherapy. Mallick I, Gupta SK, Das S, Prasad D, Chatterjee S, Achari R. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 2013:87:S427.
  • The planning target volume is an important predictive factor for weight loss during curative head and neck radiation therapy. A derivation and validation study. Mallick I, Gupta SK, Ray R, Sinha T, Sinha S, Achari R, Chatterjee S. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 2013:87:S478.
  • Indian journals:
  • A comparative study of low dose weekly paclitaxel versus cisplatin with concurrent radiation in the treatment of locally advanced head and neck cancers. Jain RK, Kirar P, Gupta G, Dubey S, Gupta SK, Goyal J. Indian journal of Cancer Research 2009;46(1):50-3. PMID:19282567.
  • Analysis of comprehensive H and N cancer database: what did we unearth? Gupta SK, Arunsingh SM, Ruia A, Das P, Achari R, Mallick I, Chatterjee S. Indian Journal of cancer 2009;50(supp1):S138.
  • Predictors of weight loss during CRT for Head & Neck Cancers. Gupta SK, Ray R, Sinha T, Sinha S, Achari R, Chatterjee S, Mallick I. Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics; Supplement3–2012; Volume8; Page-S191-192.
  • Comparative study of conventional RT alone vs Concurrent chemotherapy(using cisplatin and Gemcitabine as single agent) in Locally Advanced Head & Neck Cancers. Gupta SK, Shrivastava SP, Rathaur AS, Kirar P. Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics; Supplement 1–2008; Volume 4; Page- S25; P/04/031.
  • Scalp metastasis with RCC- A rare entity. Gupta SK, Kirar P. Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics; Supplement–2007.
  • PRAFUL DESAI/ UICC Fellowship in Radiation oncologyTata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai (May 2014 – June 2014 (2 months))
  • Presentations:Oral presentation for Best paper(GC pant award) in Indian cancer congress-2013 at New Delhi.
  • Two Oral presentation for Proffered paper category in Indian cancer congress-2013 at New Delhi
  • Oral presentation for Best paper(GC pant award) in AROICON-2012 at Kolkata
  • Oral presentation for Best paper award in AROI- West Zone (M.P.& Gujrat) Chapter-2008 held on 02-02-2008 at Padhar, (MP)
  • Poster presentation in AROICON-2008 at Mumbai
  • Poster presentation in AROICON-2007 at Chennai
  • Invited speakers:‘Fundamentals of Radiotherapy and clinical experiences’ on doctors day celebration at IMA Meet, Nizamabad on 01.07.2009
  • ‘Importance of Cancer screening’ on world cancer day at Govt. womens college, Nizamabad on 04.02.2012
  • Speeches at various ‘cancer awareness and detections camps’ while associated with ICH Nizamabad as Radiation Oncologist