Dr Antonia Creak: Clinical oncology
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Dr Antonia Creak

Clinical oncology

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About me

I was appointed as a Consultant Clinical Oncologist in August 2011, specialising in Neuro-Oncology & Acute Oncology/ Cancer of unknown primary.
I qualified in 1995 from Charing Cross & Westminster medical school. In 1999, after completing my general medical training, I commenced my training in Oncology. This was based initially at Charing Cross hospital, and later moving on to the Royal Surrey County hospital in Guildford, and then the Royal Marsden hospital. This training provided me with a broad-ranging experience in the management of cancer. Having worked as a locum consultant for 2 years in London and then Guildford, I then returned to the Royal Marsden hospital to work in the Academic Urology unit where I undertook research in prostate cancer and gained further experience of innovative radiotherapy techniques.
I now specialise in the oncological management of brain and spinal cord tumours, using both chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments.
I am the lead clinician for the Neuro-oncology Cancer Network multidisciplinary team, and Co-chair of the Sussex Cancer network Neuro-oncology tumour group.
My other specialist area is Acute Oncology, managing all cancer patients admitted with complications of their disease or treatment, and investigating and managing patients admitted to hospital with a new diagnosis of suspected cancer or Cancer of Unknown Primary.
A diagnosis of cancer is a very stressful time for the patient and their relatives – good communication between doctor and patient goes a long way to relieve some of that stress –I strive to achieve that every day.

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Neuro-oncology; Cancer of Unknown Primary

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  • AA842

    Clinical supervision and planning for delivery of chemotherapy cycle in the member's home 1-14 days - (1-5)

  • AA843

    Clinical supervision and planning for delivery of chemotherapy cycle in the member's home 1-21 days - (1-5)

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