25 October 2017
Join us for our breast cancer awareness evening in October.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Stephen Karp at Spire include:
Breast cancer, Bladder cancer, Prostate cancer
Dr Stephen Karp undertook his pre-clinical studies at Kings College London where he also obtained an intercalated BSc in Pharmacology (first class honours). He graduated in medicine from Westminster Hospital Medical School in 1979 with a distinction in surgery. His postgraduate training included cardiology at Hammersmith Hospital and neurology at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in Queen Square, as well as general medicine at The Whittington Hospital.
He was a gastroenterology registrar at Northwick Park Hospital and trained in clinical oncology at the Middlesex Hospital and Mount Vernon Hospital. Although Dr Karp was trained and initially practised in almost all areas of oncology, he now specialises in treating cancers of the breast, GI tract (colorectal, oesophago-gastric, pancreatic) and urological cancer (prostate and bladder cancer) with chemotherapy, hormone therapy, biological therapy and radiotherapy. In radiotherapy he offers treatment using the robotic radiosurgery system, CyberKnife, as well as Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) and Image-Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT). Dr Karp also carries out medico-legal work related to cancer.
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Fellow of Royal College of Physicians
Fellow of Royal College of Radiologists
Member of American Society of Clinical Oncology
Member of European Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine
Consultant Clinical Oncologist - North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust.
Consultant Clinical Oncologist - Barnet and Chase Farms Hospitals NHS Trust.
Honorary Consultant Clinical Oncologist - University College London Hospital Foundation Trust.Back to top
25 September 2017
Spire Bushey Hospital provides prehabilitation to help patients best prepare for future surgery.