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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr M Suhail Anwar at Spire include:
Breast, Gynaecological and Skin Cancer
After graduating in Medicine in 1989, I gained a vast clinical experience in different disciplines of Medicine and Surgery before entering the West Midlands training scheme for Clinical Oncology. I was appointed a full time Consultant in Clinical Oncology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (University Hospital) Birmingham in 2005. I do peripheral clinics at Good Hope Hospital and am part of a multidisciplinary breast cancer team at the QEH, Gynaecological cancer team at the GHH and City Hospital.
I have been involved in the Pan Birmingham Network Site Specific Group as deputy Chair followed by Chair for 5 years in total until 2013. I have been the Chair of WMH chemotherapy Group and Lead for breast cancer trials. I have also been Lead for the Pan Birmingham NSSG Gynaecological cancer trials and I am involved in various clinical trials of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and hormonal and biological therapies as Principal Investigator and an investigator.
I regularly teach medical students and I have been a regular speaker at the MSc Clinical Oncology course at the University of Birmingham. I have written chapters in cancer books and have been co-author of many publications, however, my main role is the management of patients with breast, all types of gynaecological and non-melanoma skin cancers.
Member of the Royal College of Physicians, London
Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists, London
Member of the British Gynaecological Cancer Society
Consultant Clinical Oncologist, QE Hospital, University Hospital, Good Hope Hospital.
Honorary Lecturer at the University of Birmingham.Back to top
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02 November 2019
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01 November 2019
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