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Dr Paul Ross

Medical oncology

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Last updated: 29 Jun 2020

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  • Home chemotherapy

About me

Paul is an established Medical Oncologist with a focus on management of patients with tumours of the gastrointestinal tract. Specific tumours treated include colorectal cancer, pancreas cancer and tumours of the liver. Allied to this he is interested in neuroendocrine tumous and is one of the 2 oncologists in the King's Health Partners European Neuroendocrine Tumour centre of excellence. He has a holistic approach to management and contributed to developing recently published guidance on management of chemotherapy related diarrhoea. He has focus on multi-modality management of liver metastases including the use of SIRT He maintains an interest in oesophago-gastric cancer and cancers of unknown primary.





Areas of interest

Colorectal (bowel) cancer; Pancreatic cancer; Biliary tract cancer (cholangiocarcinoma); Liver cancer (hepatocellular cancer); Neuroendocrine tumours; oesophageal cancer; stomach cancer; Chemotherapy in management of cancers; SIRT (radioembolisation) for treatment of liver cancers.

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Procedures completed

  • X0002

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

    Parkside Hospital (5-50)

  • X0004

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

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5) Parkside Hospital (1-5)

  • X0003

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

    Parkside Hospital (5-50)

  • XR964

    Ablation liver lesion (radiofrequency) - (1-5)

    London Bridge Hospital (1-5)

  • XR917

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

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