Director & Head, Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram
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About Dr. Rahul Bhargava
Dr. Rahul Bhargava is one of the most renowned Bone Marrow Transplant and Blood Disorders specialists in India. He successfully performed stem cell transplant in a patient with multiple sclerosis in 2016, becoming the first doctor in India to do so. He is known for his excellent outcomes in stem cell transplants, more specifically in haploidentical transplant. Throughout his exemplary career he, along with his team ,has performed more than 400
transplants. For his active involvement with the community in spreading awareness of lethal blood disorders, he is considered as one of the best haematologists in North Capital Region of India. ...read more
Award & Recognization
Developing the Bone Marrow Transplantation & Haematology Services at Medanta Medicity, Gurgaon; completed 100 successful transplants in 36 months
Over 200 successful stem cell transplants at Artemis in 36 months.
Aggrawal DK, Bhargava R, Dolai TK, Singhal D, Mahapatra M, Rathi S, Bohra B, Rathod N. An unusual presentation of eosinophilic variant of chronic myeloid leukemia (eoCML). Ann Hematol. 2008 Jul 30.
Bhargava R, Dolai TK, Singhal D, Mahapatra M, Mishra P, Rathod N, Rathi S. Pure red cell aplasia associated with thymoma: Is thymectomy the cure? Leuk Res. 2008 May 20.
Bhargava R, Dolai TK, Singhal D, Kumar R, Pathak P. Retinoic acid syndrome after first dose of ATRA and ileal perforation secondary to promyelocytes infiltration. Leuk Res. 2008 Jun;32(6):997-8. Epub 2007 Nov 19.
Bhargav R, Mahapatra M, Mishra P, Kumar R. Overdose with 6400 mg of imatinib: is it safe? Ann Oncol. 2007 Oct; 18(10):1750-1.
R Saxena , R Bhargava Ovarian cancer and Haemostatic defect. Indian Journal of Medical&Pediatric Oncology Vol 29 No 2 ;2008:4-5
Mishra, Pravas; Naithani Rahul; Dolai, Tuphan; Bhargava Rahul; Mahapatra, Manoranjan; Dixit, Ashish; Seth, Tulika; Kumar, Rajat; Saxena, Renu.Intracranial Hemorrhage in Patients with Congenital Haemostatic Defects accepted in Hemophilia journal