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Dr. Milind Rajabhau Pathak*, Dr. Gayatri Mawale Madam, Dr. Varsha Umrao Dongre and Dr. Mayuri Mukund Dani


Rasayan is a rejuvenation therapy that not only aims at curing disorders but also preventing them. In modern era, as a boon to we have got various diseases, life style diseases like DM, CHD, HTN cancer, etc. Rasayan chikitsa stress upon the maintains of health and also cure of the existing disease. Rasayan is usefull In all chronic and critical illness like cancer, AIDS and its complications of DM, CVD, Neurological, renal disorders etc. Rasayan therapy not only focus on the disease but also on the other parameters such as age, lifestyle, etc. It increases patients physical and mental balance and restores a healthy life. In this era cancer is such a dreadful disease which leads to horrible outcome, which need a proper treatment to prolong patient’s life in a good and easy way to reduce the discomfort caused by modern medicine. In Ayureda there is a creative aspect of cancer that have resemblance with the clinical entites of arbuda and granthi mentioned in sushrut samhita. hence an attempt is made in this article to review the cancer according to modern science and Ayurveda and role of Rasayan therapy in treatment of cancer to reduce the side effect of chemotherapy and improve the comfort of patient.

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