Medhavi Gupta, MD

Hematology Oncology Fellow
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Buffalo
NY
Specialties
Hematology-Oncology

Dr. Gupta is currently a Hematology-Oncology fellow at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center in Buffalo, New York.


Growing up, Dr. Gupta loved biology and wanted to choose a profession with opportunities to help people. Medicine seemed like a perfect amalgamation of intellectual curiosity and humanism. After graduating from medical school, she received training in Internal Medicine at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s-West in New York City. During her residency, she spent several months seeing oncology patients at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Gupta was fascinated to learn that oncology is one of the most rapidly evolving fields with new therapy options coming out almost every day. She also noticed that dealing with cancer was one of the most overwhelming times in the lives of the patients and their families. Dr. Gupta felt it was gratifying to help patients understand their disease and treatment options and guide them in making decisions. She then decided to pursue further training in Hematology-Oncology.

Dr. Gupta's research efforts are focused on drug and biomarker development and analyzing disparities in healthcare. She is committed to providing compassionate care to patients, and is a prior winner of the Gold Humanism Honor Society Award.  Congratulations to Dr. Gupta for being chosen as one of the winners of the GRACE 2020-21 Patient Education Ambassador program.   

Conflict of Interest

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Dr. Medhavi Gupta, one of the participants in this past year's GRACE Patient Education Ambassador Program, shares a fantastic video series on Breast Cancer.

For this series, Dr. Gupta discusses Metastatic Triple-Negative Breast Cancer with Dr. Aditya Bardai.

Dr. Bardai is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Attending Physician in Medical Oncology at Massachusetts General Hospital.

 

Dr. Medhavi Gupta, one of the participants in this past year's GRACE Patient Education Ambassador Program, shares a fantastic video series on Breast Cancer.

 
For this first series, Dr. Gupta discusses Surgical Management in Breast Cancer with Dr. Jessica Young. In this video, Drs. Gupta and Young discuss body image and reconstructive surgery.

 

#breastcancer #surgery #cancerGRACE #genentech #lilly

 

Dr. Medhavi Gupta, one of the participants in this past year's GRACE Patient Education Ambassador Program, shares a fantastic video series on Breast Cancer.

For this first series, Dr. Gupta discusses Surgical Management in Breast Cancer with Dr. Jessica Young.

 

In this video, Drs. Gupta and Young discuss surgical management in breast cancer and the surgical removal of lymph nodes - sentinel lymph node biopsy vs. axillary lymph node dissection (ALND).

 

#breastcancer #surgery #cancerGRACE #genentech #lilly

Dr. Medhavi Gupta, one of the participants in this past year's GRACE Patient Education Ambassador Program, shares a fantastic video series on Breast Cancer.

For this first series, Dr. Gupta discusses Surgical Management in Breast Cancer with Dr. Jessica Young.

In this video, Drs. Gupta and Young discuss surgical management in breast cancer and prophylactic mastectomy on the opposite breast.

 

#breastcancer #surgery #cancerGRACE #genentech #lilly

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