Dr Deborah Enting

Medical oncology

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Last updated: 12 Nov 2020

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About me

Dr Deborah Enting is a Consultant in Medical Oncology. She specialises in Urological Cancers;Bladder cancer, Prostate Cancer, Kidney Cancer and Testicular Cancer

Deborah Enting is a Consultant Medical Oncologist at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at King's College London. She specialises in the treatment of Urological Cancers and the systemic treatment (chemotherapy, immunotherapy and targeted therapies) for Bladder, Prostate, Kidney and Testicular cancers.

Dr Enting undertook her medical training at the University of Groningen in The Netherlands and trained in Medical Oncology at Guy's and St George's Hospitals. She was a research fellow at the Department of Immunobiology at King's College London and in collaboration with colleagues of the Translational Oncology Urology Research (TOUR) group at King’s College London she works on tumour immune surveillance and bladder cancer research.

She is national lead on a number of clinical trials including the IRONMAN, the international registry for men with Prostate cancer.

Dr Enting is fluent in English and Dutch.

Areas of interest

Bladder Cancer; Prostate Cancer; Kidney Cancer; Testicular Cancer

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Procedures completed

  • X0003

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

    London Clinic (5-50) London Bridge Hospital (5-50)

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

    London Bridge Hospital (5-50)

  • XR917

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

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