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Dr Charu Dutt Arora

Medical Oncologist

6 Years Exp. Gurgaon

Breast Cancer

Millennium Cancer Center, Gurgaon

6 years of experience



2000 / consultation

About Dr Charu Dutt Arora:

An inquisitive ardent admirer of biological sciences, Dr Charu Dutt Arora graduated his medical degree with honors' and Gold medal from T N Medical College in Mumbai. With diverse clinical and research post graduate experience in the US at Boston Children's Hospital (Harvard Medical School) and Children's Hospital Los Angeles of USC, his interests of study include Primary Care, Infectious Disease, Sepsis in Critical Care, Medical Education, Global and Public health. He is an ECFMG (USA) certified medical doctor and has completed post- doctoral fellowships in critical care and clinical research. In India, he has been trained at the reputed Medanta-The Medicity, Gurgaon. Having a keen inclination in scientific research, he holds editorial board positions and has published more than 30 studies in prestigious journals in the field of critical care, nutrition, public health, pediatrics and medical education. Currently, he is doing his Infectious Disease fellowship from UNSW, Australia. He has been the proud recipient of the prestigious TM Pai Award for excellence in Microbiology. Recently, he was awarded the coveted 'Most Versatile Doctor of 2017' by the IHPA, Delhi. He is also the Founder and chief editor of a child health website, He is currently working on the project of launching India's first independent research studio.


MD, 2015, Topiwala National Medical College and BYL Nair Hospital, Mumbai MBBS


Associate Consultant, Millennium Cancer Center, Gurgaon

Areas of interest:

Breast Cancer

Research publications:

Khera, Garima & Wanchoo, Jaya & Arora, Charu Dutt. (2017). Duplicate of other publication. Zenodo. 1. AX1-3. Arora, Charu Dutt & Wanchoo, Jaya & Khera, Garima. (2017). Hiccups in the Neuro-Critical Care Unit: A Symptom Less Studied?. Journal of Medical Research and Innovation. 1. AX1-AX3. Karnwal, Abhishek & Arora, Charu Dutt & Lippmann, Maurice. (2017). Laparoscopic Surgery: Are Vital Signs Important?. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 124. 704. Jha, Kunal & Singh, Satyajeet & Kumar, Prem & Arora, Charu Dutt. (2016). Partial Kluver-Bucy syndrome secondary to tubercular meningitis. BMJ Case Reports. 2016. bcr2016215926.


Breast Cancer