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Specialist in Integrated Cancer Medicine
Homeopathic medicine, acupuncture, and Iscador (mistletoe)
Dr Lee Burton qualified from St Bartholomew’s Hospital and has wide experience in both adult and children’s medicine, with a particular emphasis on cancer.
His postgraduate training in Oxford, Bristol, and Bologna has led to a broad interest in combining the best of Traditional medicine with Complementary approaches to living with cancer.
He specialises in treatment individualized for the patient and their symptoms using an integrated approach with homeopathic medicines, acupuncture, and Iscador (a mistletoe preparation)
Areas of interest
Chronic pain management using acupuncture/ natural approaches with conventional treatment;
Specialist Integrated Cancer and Children’s services at Bristol Homeopathic Hospital, University Hosp Bristol NHS Trust; Also at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine/ Leaders in Oncology, Harley St;
Treatment individualized for the patient- an integrated approach with natural medicines, acupuncture, and Iscador (a mistletoe preparation);
Natural approaches help side effects of conventional treatments, relieve symptoms and improve quality of life.
Menopausal symptoms with hormone dependant tumours/treatment;
Integrated Palliative Medicine Physician to St Margaret’s Hospices Somerset he has pioneered Integrated care, and has an interest in controlling difficult symptoms and minimizing drug side effects;
An interest and role in research ethics, and the balanced, safe and appropriate use of natural treatments in life-limiting conditions;
- Mrs A Gray
- Culm Valley Intergrated Centre For Health Willand Road CULLOMPTON EX15 1FE
- 01884 308164
Current NHS consultant posts held
*Specialist Integrated Cancer and Children’s services at Bristol Homeopathic Hospital, part of University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust.
*Specialist Integrated Cancer Clinics at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine
(University College Hospital London NHS Trust)and at Leaders in Oncology, Harley St.
* Integrated Palliative Medicine Physician to St Margaret’s Hospices Somerset.
An Integrated Medical approach to complex disease, with settings in Primary, Secondary, and Intermediate Care.
Symptom control, especially chronic and cancer pain.
Dr Lee Burton has a particular interest and role in research ethics, and the balanced, safe and appropriate use of natural treatments in life-limiting conditions. He has written and lectured on the impact of integrated medicine in a range of clinical settings and taught and inspired many postgraduate clinicians.
I enjoy country life in the West Country, and keeping fit and active swimming,cycling, and riding since I have retired from competitive polo after 26 seasons.
In town listening to music, going to concerts and plays, and particularly taking the opportunity to go to the opera is important to me. I have managed to combine my studies in Bologna with Italian opera, and further in depth study of food, wine and art.
• Sir Archibald McIndoe prize 1981
• Wellcome Trust Research Bursary 1979
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance studies ( MRC NIR, Mill Hill/Oxford Univ )
•British Nutrition Foundation ( Nestle Bursary )
Development of local weaning food in Kwazulu 1982
• Margery Blackie Foundation - 2000
- MB.BS St Bartholomew’s Hospital 1982
- BSc (1st class Hons) Biochemistry University of London 1979
- DCH Royal College of Physicians, London 1985
- DRCOG Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists 1987
- DK (Bologna) International Postgraduate degree in Homeopathic Medicine 2007
- MRCGP Royal College of General Practitioners-London/Oxford 1987
- MFHom (Med) Faculty of Homeopathy UK 2004
Reference number 2574330
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Member British Medical Acupuncture Soc. BMAS London 2004
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