Many regional and Sydney peri-urban head and neck cancer patients are avoiding or delaying urgent medical appointments because they are afraid of traveling to Sydney.
I want to congratulate Julie McCrossin and Daniel Taylor for the fantastic Head and Neck Cancer Forum – 2020 VIDEO SERIES and Ricky Onsman for
In July I successfully dosed the first Australian patient with tigilanol tiglate at The Kinghorn Cancer Centre, Sydney as part of QBiotics’ multi-centre Phase I/II
I am delighted to announce I have been appointed to the board of the Delta Goodrem Foundation. The newly established foundation will help advance vital
Completing more than 300 Trans Oral Robotic Surgical (TORS) procedures on the da Vinci platform is a career highlight. It is the most cases performed
Review consultation protocols for head and neck cancer patients during COVID-19 These arrangements are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change.
I am receiving a lot of enquiries from head and neck cancer patients about whether or not they should cancel their overseas travel plans. The
“Cervical cancer of the throat” – when medical terminology gets in the way of a good story I am a health communicator who has been
I have just returned from the 9th International Robotic Surgery Symposium (IRSS) in Seoul, Korea. This is the final in a series of five blog posts.
I have just returned from the 9th International Robotic Surgery Symposium (IRSS) in Seoul, Korea. This is the fourth in a series of five blog posts:
We have just completed the second annual St Vincent’s Head and Neck Dissection course. In Australia, Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery trainees must complete
In a setting such as Sydney Hospital it is impossible not to reflect on the history of hospitals and surgery in Australia from the commencement