My talk was about why early detection will help reduce intestinal cancer death risk long-term. It is the standard of care all over the world, but yet to be widely practised in India. I presented the barriers for progress in India, and potential solutions. Prevention is better than cure, and it is important to remain scientific in such endeavors.
SELF-DEFENCE FOR THE COMMON MAN who doesn’t know Karate. An A-Z guide. My most recent work, and also my favourite. Useful to discuss and share…read more
കാന്സര് എന്ന വാക്കിനെ ഭയക്കാത്തവര് ചുരു ക്കം. കുടലിലെ കാന്സര് സര്വസാധാരണവും, എന്നാല് എളുപ്പത്തില് പ്രതിരോധിക്കാവുന്നതും ആയ ഒരു അര്ബുദമാകു ന്നു. കാന്സര് സ്റ്റേജിന് അനേകം വര്ഷങ്ങള്ക്കു മുമ്പു തന്നെ കണ്ടെത്തി ഓപ്പറേഷന് (ശസ്ത്രക്രിയ)…read more
Lightning is fascinating, dangerous and beautiful. This article explains the science of lightning in simple language, debunks popular myths, and provides surprisingly effective survival tips.…read more
Fatty liver in the news today @ Deccan Chronicle. Top 10 facts: 1. Most cases of fatty liver are harmless; there is no need to…read more
Times of India on Colon cancer in India. My research is quoted in this article.read more
How to travel abroad without paying too much. A comprehensive step-by-step guide. Based on my 26 years of travel experience. Includes: 1. Smart money-saving and…read more
Dr Rajeev Jayadevan completed his MBBS and MD General Medicine with top honors from Christian Medical College (CMC) Vellore in 1995. He received training in Clinical Epidemiology and Public Health from Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
He has extensive international experience of performing over 19,000 endoscopies. He was awarded MRCP (UK) from England in 1996. He obtained Board Certification in Medicine and Gastroenterology (Fellowship) from New York Medical College, and spent 3 years in the UK and 10 years in the US before returning to his hometown of Kochi. He established the department of Gastroenterology at Sunrise Hospital Cochin.