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Dr James Good

Clinical oncology

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About me

James Good is a leading Birmingham-based cancer specialist. After training in Cambridge and London, he has established a cutting edge practice focused on gastro-intestinal and head/neck oncology. James works closely with top surgeons and key medical specialties to develop an integrated treatment plan that achieves the best possible outcomes, whilst ensuring that wellbeing is made a key priority. His patients tell him that they value his warm, pragmatic and open approach.

James believes that everyone with cancer should have access to innovative and evidence-based treatment. He is a national expert in the treatment of liver tumours with advanced radiotherapy and has delivered a number of clinical trials investigating immunotherapy, and novel drug/radiotherapy combinations, in head/neck cancer.

Since 2018, James has been Clinical Director of Stereotactic Radiotherapy for GenesisCare, the UK's largest provider of private radiotherapy. He is leading the implementation of MRI-guided radiotherapy in Oxford, London and other centres - a technique that offers a step-change in accurate tumour targeting, with great potential to improve patient outcomes even further.

Areas of interest

Bowel cancer; Cholangiocarcinoma; Colon cancer; Liver cancer; Liver metastases; Oral cancer; Pancreatic cancer; Rectal cancer; Salivary gland cancer; Sinus cancer; Throat cancer; Thyroid cancer; Tongue cancer; Tonsil cancer; Chemotherapy; CyberKnife; Immunotherapy; Personalised medicine; Radiotherapy; SABR; SBRT; SIRT; MRIdian

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