Tele Therapy: 500 (Average) Patient/day
Brachytherapy: 5 (Average) Patient/ day
Radiation Oncology Department
All diagnostic activities- for cancer detection
All kinds of treatments- surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy etc.
It has formulated National Guidelines for high- quality, cost- effective cancer treatment plan for common cancers of our country.
Different training programs- for health professionals –histopathologists, gynecologists, nurses, technologists, community leaders etc.
Organizing tobacco prevention & cessation programmes in the community.
Participation in national activities- such as No Tobacco Day, Breast Cancer Day etc.
Publication of NICRH journal
Palliative care services
To provide quality cancer treatment
To make a centre of excellence in the country
To carry out research and disseminate the knowledge and findings
To establish a nationwide cancer registry system
To take necessary steps for cancer prevention and control
Accepted and waiting thesis (up to June 2021)
1. Dr. Md. Mafizur Rahman
Title:-Effect of Natural Honey on Radiation Induced Oral Mucositis in Head and Neck Cancer Patients.
2. Dr. AFM Kamal Uddin
Title:- Prevention of Radiation Pneumonitis By Inheled Corticosteroid in Patients with Breast Cancer.
3. Dr. Mostafa Aziz Sumon
Title:- Comparative Study on the Effects of 70 GY Three-Dimensional Conformal Radiotherapy (3 DCRT) and Concurrent Chemo-radiotherapy woth 60 GY in Stage III Nonsmall Cell Lung Cancer.
4. Dr. Md. Hanif Ulubbee
Title:- Palliative Effect of Radiotherapy In 8 GY single Fraction Versus 30 GY In Ten Fractions For Painful Bone Metastases.
5. Dr. Sharmin Islam
Title:- Comparative Study of Concurrent Chemoradiotherapy Vs Only Radiotherapy in Locally Advanced Carcinoma Cervix to Asses the Clinical Outcome & Toxicity of Patients in Our Clinical Setting.
6. Dr. Md. Mamun Or Rasheed
Title:-Clinical Response of CCRT with Temozolomide versus RT Alone in Patients with High Grade Gliomas.
7. Dr. Afroza Akhter
Title:-A Study on Effect of Hemoglobin Level in Pelvic Radiotherapy.
8. Dr. Mohammad Kamruzzaman
Title:- Comparative Study of Single Channel Versus Multiple Channel Miami Applicator for Postoperative Vaginal Brachytherapy by Measurement of Dose Distribution and Organ at Risk (OAR) Volume.
9. Dr. Muhammad Masudul Hassan Arup
Title:-Comparative Study on Conventional Fractionation Throughout Vs. Initial Large Doses Followed by Conventional Fractionated Radiotherapy in The Management of Superior Vena Cava Obstruction Syndrome.
10. Dr. Taohida Yasmin
Title:-Weekly Cisplatin vs. Three-weekly Cisplatin in Concurrent Chemoradiotherapy of Locally Advanced Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma-Evaluation of Short Term Response and Toxicity.
11. Dr. Sadeka Sultana Ahmed
Title:-Comparative Study of Conventional Whole Brain Irradition Versus Whole Brain Plus Boost (3DCRT) for Brain Metastases.
12. Dr. Sadia Afroz
Title:-A Comparative study of thyroid function status in head and neck cancer patient treated with conventional (2D) Vs CT based conformal (3D) treatment at NICRH.
13. Dr. Kamrun Nahar Tania
Title:- Comparative Study of Hypofractioned Palliative Radiotherapy (17 GY in 2 Fractions) with Conventional Fractionation (30 GY in 10 Fractions) in Inoperable Locally Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer in Terms of Symptom Control and Toxicities.
14. Dr. Mohammed Shaiful Hassan Shameem
Title:-Comparative Evaluation of Two Different Whole Brain Irradiation Schedule (30 Gy/10 fractions Vs. 12Gy/2 fractions given on Consecutive days) in Brain Metastasis.
15. Dr. Muhammad Abdullah-Al-Noman
Title:-A Comparative Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Toxicities of Hypofractionated Radiotherapy Vs. Conventional Radiotherapy in Advanced Carcinoma Cervix.
16.Dr. Shuvra Debnath
Title:-Comparative Study to Evaluate Irradiated Small Bowel Volume with or without Using Belly Board During Treating Pelvic Malignancy in 3DCRT Technique.
17. Dr. Mahfuza Anjum
Title:-Comparative Evaluation of Toxicity and Response in Split Course Hypo-Fractionated Radiotherapy and Conventional Radiotherapy in Locally Advanced Head & Neck Cancer in Patients with Poor Performance Status.
18. Dr. Mohammmad Arifur Rahman
Title:-Comparative Study of Two Hypofractionated Palliative Radiotherapy Schedule (24 GY/3 Frractions Vs. 30 GY/10 Fractions) in Locally Advanced Head Neck Cancer.
19. Dr. Sonya Begum
Title:-A Comparative Study of Cardiac Toxicity Analysis in Hypo-Fractionated Vs. Conventional Fractionated Adjuvant Radiotherapy in Post Mastectomy Left Breast Carcinoma.
20. Dr. Mohammad Rahmat Ullah Bhuiyan
Title:-Comparative Study in Head and Neck Cancer Patients with or without Prophylactic Nasogastric Tube Feeding During Radiotherapy
1. Dr. Mohammad Azizur Rahman
Title:- Comparative Study of Hypofractionated Radiotherapy (39 Gy/13 Fractions) Versus Conventional CCRT (50.4gy/28 Fractions) in Inoperable Rectal Cancer.
2. Dr. Pulak Dhar
Title:-Definitive Chemo-Radiotherapy Compared with Radiotherapy Alone in Patients with Unresectable Locally Advanced Carcinoma of the Oesophagus.
3. Dr. Altaf Hossain
Title:-A Comparative Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of 8 Gy in Single Fraction, 20 Gy in 5 Fractions and 30 Gy in 10 Fractions in Radiotherapy of Bone Metastases.
4. Dr. Nowshin Taslima Hossain
Title:-A Comparative Study to Evaluate Response and Toxicities of Conventional vervus Hypofractionated Sequential Chemoradiotherapy in Patients with Inoperable Locally Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer.
5. Dr. Mohammad Saiful Islam Pathan
Title:-Efficacy of Cryotherapy in Comparison to Maintaining Oral Hygiene Only to Prevent Radiation Induced Oral Mucositis in Head and Neck Cancer.
6. Dr. A.T.M. Shazzaeatur Rahaman
Title:-Comparative Study on Efficacy of Pentoxifylline and Tocopherol Versus Only Supportive Care in Reduction of Radiation Induced Enteritis in Patients with Rectal Cancer.
7. Dr. Tanin Sultana
Title:-Comparison of Efficacy and Toxicities between Conventional and Hypofractionated Radiotherapy in Management of Advanced Carcinoma Cervix.
8. Dr. Ayasha Shiddika
Title:-Effect of Nigella Oil Vs. Magic Mouthwash in Concurrent Chemoradiotherapy Induced Oral Mucositis among Head & Neck Cancer Patients at NICRH.