Here, highly experienced medical oncologist, Dr Omar Khan, reveals what the most common causes of mesothelioma are, and reveals the condition's prognosis and symptoms.
Immunotherapy treatment may be offered in many cases where patients receive a cancer diagnosis. In some cases, patients may also be able to participate in clinical trials should they wish to do so. Renowned consultant medical oncologist Dr Omar Khan gives expert advice for those considering taking part in a clinical trial in this illuminating article, as well as specialist insight on how immunotherapy treatment works to fight cancer.
In the below article, Dr Aspasia Soultati, an esteemed Brighton-based consultant medical oncologist, discusses various cancer treatment developments that have been made in recent years, and reveals at what stages of prostate cancer chemotherapy is generally used as a treatment option.
One per cent of breast cancer cases in the UK occur in men. It may be a small percentage but the impact it has on the individual is understandably huge. Top Doctors speaks to Mr Kislaya Kumar Thakur, a revered consultant breast surgeon, about male breast cancer. We consider risk factors, symptoms and much more. Read on to find out.
In order to ensure the best care possible, ovarian cancer needs to be accurately diagnosed by medical staff. It's also important that women know what signs to look for in order to start their treatment process. Expert gynaecologist Mr Saurabh Phadnis speaks to Top Doctors for a detailed take on the condition, empowering patients with knowledge they may need.
Glioblastomas are very severe brain and spinal cord-affecting tumours that have no known causes. Fortunately, there are plenty of effective treatment options for patients who may have been diagnosed with this dangerous tumour. In our latest article, highly experienced London-based clinical oncologist, Dr Matthew Williams, explains all about glioblastomas.
Cancer clinical trials can give you access to a treatment that you might not be able to get in standard care. Dr Mark Tuthill explains how to find out if you're eligible to take part in cancer clinical trials and what to expect from the initial assessment.
Deciding whether to be part of a clinical trial? Clinical trials for new cancer drugs are widely considered to be beneficial to cancer patients by potentially improving their treatment outcomes. Professor Hendrik-Tobias Arkenau, a leading medical oncologist and the founding medical director of The Sarah Cannon Research Institute, explains who has access to them and how you can get involved.
If you or your loved one has just been diagnosed with breast cancer, you will undoubtedly be wondering what happens next? What treatment is likely to follow your diagnosis? We spoke to one of our expert medical oncologists Dr Sarah Khan about the best treatment options for breast cancer.