Dr Julian Hague is a leading clinical and interventional radiologist based in London. He specialises in endovascular procedures, liver-directed tumour treatments, and treating deep vein thrombosis. He is an expert in liver chemo-embolisation (DEB-TACE) - a procedure for treating certain types of cancer which delivers a large dose of chemotherapy directly to liver tumours.
Qualifying from the Royal Free Hospital in 1995, Dr Hague subsequently trained at University College Hospitals and Middlesex Hospital, gaining the skills in surgery and radiology that today make him one of the best in his field. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) in 2006, after which he was appointed Consultant Radiologist at both UCH and the Royal Free. Dr Hague is actively involved in research and his work has been widely published.