Currently, specialists treating head and neck cancer cannot authorise chronic disease management plans. If I could change one thing about healthcare for head and neck
I recently launched two education programs designed to raise awareness of human papillomavirus related oropharyngeal cancer (HPV+ OPSCC) among GPs. Online Training – Think GP
Last month, I travelled 460 kilometres (285 miles) to the Riverina region of New South Wales to review patients who had their surgery, or at
I hope my most recent publication, Altered presentation of oropharyngeal cancer, a 6-year review, (Floros et al., 2021) helps reduce the average diagnosis delay of
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
The inaugural Head and Neck Cancer Patient, Carer and Team Forum will take place in Sydney at St Vincent’s Hospital on Friday June 12, 2020.
The beautiful view from the dissection laboratory at Sydney Hospital.
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
Physiotherapist Orsi Kokai applying manual techniques to reduce neck tightness in a patient recovering from treatment for head and neck cancer
Introducing Orsi Kokai I invited physiotherapist Orsi Kokai to explain the multiple ways in which specialist physiotherapists can help reduce and manage long term side
Parramatta Eels Cheerleaders supporting our free head and neck cancer clinic at Bankwest Stadium on World Head and Neck Cancer Day.
Head and neck cancer screening Surgeons and oncologists who work in Head and Neck Cancer Multidisciplinary Teams (MDTs) are qualified to screen patients for head
HPV doesn’t just cause cervical cancer High income countries like Australia are facing a human papillomavirus (HPV) related cancer epidemic. It is not cervical cancer