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Dr Abby Cyriac

Clinical Oncologist
FRCR, MRCP, MBBS, MD

Practising at

Spire Specialist Care Centre, Chelmsford

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Abby Cyriac at Spire include:

Clinical oncology

Other treatments

Urology, upper gastrointestinal, gynaecological, head and neck and lung cancers

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Professional profile

I did my basic medical training from India and did MRCP UK. I was trained in oncology mainly at Newcastle University hospitals NHS trust and James Cook University hospital Middlesbrough.

I am a committed consultant Clinical Oncologist with specific interest in Urological malignancies, Upper gastrointestinal, gynaecological, Head and Neck and Lung cancers. I am proud of being an excellent clinician enjoying very good professional relationships with patients and their family and colleagues.

I am currently providing chemotherapy and radiotherapy including brachytherapy for prostate cancers. As lead clinician for the Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy (SABR) I am developing it for different tumour sites at Southend hospital.

With interests in researching, establishing and managing improved way of radiotherapy delivery systems and services, I aim to provide the best of care possible to the patients.


Clinical Interests

Upper gastrointestinal cancer
Radiotherapy
Prostate cancer
Lung cancer
Head and neck oncology
Gynaecological cancer
Chemotherapy
Oncology

Stereotactic / SABR / SBRT

Private contact details

Telephone 01245 243 700
Email chelmsford@spirespecialistcarecentre.com
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Qualification and professional memberships

MBBS / Mahatma Gandhi University, India / 1996
Bachelor of Medicine

MD / Dr MGR Medical University, India / 2000
General Medicine, post-graduate degree

MRCP / UK / 2006
Royal College of Physicians

FRCR / UK / 2014
Royal College of Radiologists


Professional memberships

British Institute of Radiology
Medical Defence Union
BMA

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Current NHS posts

Southend University Hospital NHS Foundationa Trust

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