Priyesh Sharad Patel: Philanthropic Calling

05 Nov

Priyesh Sharad Patel is an expert oncologist trained in the field of thoracic cancer specifically. These types of cancer or malignancies develop in the upper respiratory system including the heart, lungs, and esophagus. He specializes in a highly innovative radiation treatment therapy called stereotactic ablative radiotherapy, which uses small beams of radiation to target the malignancies directly while keeping the surrounding normal tissue safe from harm. This is a type of radiation therapy is different from normal types of radiotherapies because the of radiation beam size. This type of therapy is typically reserved for those patients who have caught their cancer within its early stages. However, Priyesh Sharad Patel’s true calling is within the realm of philanthropy. He spends a lot of time traveling the world to various impoverished and war stricken areas helping those in need of clinical care. The people he helps wouldn’t normally be able to receive the care they require from anyone or anywhere else.

Although Priyesh Sharad Patel specializes in thoracic oncology, his true calling is within the philanthropic realm. He felt the pull of the needy early on in life and knew from the beginning that helping others in desperate need of professional healthcare was how he wanted to use his training. He has traveled to countries like Kenya and Ethiopia, which offers its citizens very little in terms of healthcare or professional clinical service. He has also traveled recently to countries like Iraq and Iran as a neutral party helping those affected by the constant struggles for power and war.


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