21 May 2019
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Stephen Falk at Spire include:
My major clinical interests are thoracic (lung) and gastro-intestinal malignancies (oesophagus, stomach, pancreas, colo-rectal).
I provide specialist chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments, often in combination with surgical interest in lung cancer and clinical research which was stimulated as a MRC Clinical Scientist in Cambridge where the MRC cancer trials unit was situated at the time. I have an MD related to lung cancer and scheduling of topoisomerase poisons, with and without radiation, which is the basis of on-going interest in chemo-radiotherapy and new drugs.
I have a major interest in research and where possible all patients who are referred will be offered an appropriate clinical trial.
Special Clinical Interests: Treatment of Lung; Oesophageal; Stomach and Colorectal Cancer.
Consultant Clinical Oncologist, Honorary Senior Lecturer Bristol Haematology and Oncology centreBack to top
I am married with two young children that keep me occupied. I am also a keen musician and enjoy, but am hopeless at, DIY.Back to top
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29 March 2019
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