Dr Marcia Hall

Consultant Oncologist

Practising at

Spire Thames Valley Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Marcia Hall at Spire include:

Oncology at Spire Thames Valley Hospital

Other treatments

Gyneacology cancers, germ cell tumours, Ovary cancer, uterine cancer

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Professional profile

Dr Marcia Hall trained at Guy’s Hospital Medical School, qualifying in1986. Following training and a PhD in the Cell Cycle Laboratory at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund (now CRUK), she was appointed as a consultant medical oncologist at Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in 1999.

Her main interest is the management of gynaecological malignancies, especially ovarian cancer. Keeping as many clinical trial opportunities open for these patients is an on-going aim. Dr Hall has been an active member of the UK National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Ovarian Cancer Study Group since 2010, helping to deliberate and plan the research field for ovarian cancer nationally.

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Current NHS posts

Heatherwood and Wexham Park NHS Foundation Trust, King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Private contact details

Private secretary Linda Hawley
Private secretary telephone 0203 219 3080
Private secretary email L.Hawley@Cognacity.co.uk

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