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Dr. Anil Kumar

M.D (Internal Medicine) PGIMER, DM (Medical Oncology)
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  • Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  • Davanagere, Karnataka, India
  • Hassan, Karnataka, India
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Specialties: Oncology


Hospital: Sparsh Yeswanthpur


Address: Sparsh Super Speciality Hospital, 4/1, Tumkur Road, Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru 560022
080 4910 8000


Hospital: Sparsh Bommasandra


Address: #29/P2, The Health City Bommasandra Industrial Area Hosur Road, Bangalore 560099, India
080 4642 8900


Phone: 080 61 222 000


Dr. Anil Kumar is a consultant at SPARSH Hospitals, Bangalore.  After completing his graduation from Bangalore Medical College (Bangalore), he was selected for internal medicine residency at the prestigious PGIMER University, Chandigarh through a national level entrance examination. He underwent 3 years of rigorous internal medicine training at this busy hospital which provides services to almost 5 states as an apex referral center.


During his internal medicine residency, he developed an interest to specialize in Haematoncology and Medical Oncology. He then completed his DM in Medical Oncology, 3 years of training in Haematoncology, Bone Marrow Transplant and Medical Oncology from a prestigious institute in South India. He has presented papers at several international conferences and has published notable articles in peer-reviewed international journals. His publications have been cited 36 times in various international papers published in renowned journals.


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