Consultant to speak at International Gastric Cancer Conference

18 April 2017

Spire Manchester Hospital consultant surgeon, Mr Bilal Alkhaffaf, has been invited to speak at the International Gastric Cancer Congress in Beijing, China later this month. He is presenting findings from his international study which is funded by a prestigious National Institute for Health Research grant. Mr Alkhaffaf’s research focuses on the way results and outcomes after gastric cancer surgery are reported in trials. The main aim of his research is to ensure that outcomes which are important to both researchers and patients are measured and reported consistently in future trials. If you would like to find out more about Mr Alkhaffaf’s study, please visit

Mr Bilal Alkhaffaf is a laparoscopic and upper gastrointestinal surgeon. He trained in the North West of England and developed his interest in advanced minimally invasive surgery by visiting international surgical centres of excellence in the United States, South Korea and The Netherlands. He specialises in the treatment of:

  • oesophageal and gastric cancer
  • benign oesophageal and gastric disorders
  • acid reflux
  • hiatus hernia
  • achalasia
  • gallstones and
  • hernias.

For more information or to book an appointment with Mr Alkhaffaf please contact us.

Bilal Alkhaffaf is a consultant general surgeon. For more information or to book an appointment with Mr Bilal Alkhaffaf, please call 0161 447 6700.

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