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Dr Mark Nathan

Medical oncology

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Last updated: 23 Apr 2020

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  • Breast

About me

Dr Mark Nathan is a Consultant Medical Oncologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust having joined in 2017.
He specialises in treating breast cancer, working at Guys Hospital as well as Kings Hospital and Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup. He is involved in the running of clinical trials at Guys Hospital.
Dr Nathan originates from London and graduated from the Bart’s and the London Medical School in 2006. He undertook his basic training in and around North East London before returning to complete his higher Oncology training at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.
He spent three years obtaining his PhD as an AVON clinical research fellow at the Breakthrough Breast Cancer Research Centre where he also participated in clinics at the Royal Marsden Hospital.

Areas of interest

Breast oncology; Breast cancer; Breast, cancer, chemotherapy; Early and advanced breast cancer treatment; Clinical trials

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Procedures completed

  • X0003

    Clinical supervision and planning for delivery of chemotherapy cycle 1 - 21 days - (5-50)

    BMI The Blackheath Hospital (1-5) London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

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    Clinical supervision and planning for delivery of chemotherapy cycle 1 - 28 days - (5-50)

    London Bridge Hospital (5-50) BMI The Blackheath Hospital (1-5)

  • X0002

    Clinical supervision and planning for delivery of chemotherapy cycle 1 - 14 days - (5-50)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • XR915

    Insertion of central venous catheter - tunnelled (x-ray guided) - (1-5)

  • XR917

    Peripherally inserted central venous catheters (PICCs) under x-ray guidance - (1-5)

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