Here, Dr Shiroma De Silva-Minor, a highly experienced and qualified consultant breast oncologist, provides a step-by-step guide with regards to how women can check their breasts for any changes at home.
Each year, more than 50,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK. Here, Professor Jayant Vaidya, renowned consultant oncoplastic breast surgeon and professor of surgery, emphasizes the importance of early detection of breast cancer to discover any changes in the breast.
In his latest online article, Dr Mark Tuthill gives us his insights into prostate cancer treatment. He talks about the latest advancements in treatments, the targeted therapies available, how emerging treatments compare to traditional options, potential side effects and clinical trials for innovative prostate cancer therapies.
Targeted therapies, which are drugs designed to find and attack certain cancer cells, may be recommended instead or in combination with other cancer treatments for some types of lung cancer. Here, renowned consultant medical oncologist Dr Dionysis Papadatos-Pastos, provides an expert insight into how targeted therapies are used for lung cancer.
In one of our latest articles below, highly regarded and qualified consultant medical and clinical oncologist, Professor Hany Eldeeb, provides a detailed account of molecular profile gene-sequenced-based therapy.
In his latest online article distinguished clinical oncologist Chris Nutting gives us his insights into One-Stop thyroid cancer follow up service. He talks about what it is, how it works, the benefits, eligibility, how often you should use the service and the costs.
Dr Shiroma De Silva-Minor outlines the various benefits of losing weight for breast cancer patients.
Here, find out all you need to know with regards to the relationship between alcohol consumption and breast cancer, as reputable consultant medical and clinical oncologist, Dr Shiroma De Silva-Minor, explains all.
Leading consultant medical oncologist Dr Aspasia Soultati explains adjuvant chemotherapy, including how it differs from traditional chemotherapy and which specific types are used for bowel cancer.
Pancreatic cancer is a cancer that starts in the pancreas, the organ involved in digestion and hormone secretion. In the UK, more than 10,500 people are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year. Here, renowned consultant general surgeon Mr Charles Imber provides an expert insight into pancreatic cancer.