Guinness World Record



Guinness world record for the largest number of brain tumors removed in a single operation in nine from the 78-year-old patient
H.S. Agarwal (India).
Dr. Charitesh Gupta (India) performed the surgery at the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences in Dehradun, India,
on 9 December 2006.

Guinness World Record Approved Certificate

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Guinness world record holder - Neurosurgeon