Here is a report of the evaluations for webinars over the last 30 days.
A recent article in The Mirror reported on Toni Iommi's progress with respect to his diagnosis and treatment for lymphoma. Here is an explanation about the type of cancer and treatment he has received.
I recently published a video with some thoughts around skin cancer. Take a look.
I was pleased to be back at the world renown Christie Hospital, School of Oncology again for my 2 day Introduction to Cancer: Anatomy, Biology & Treatment course. 31 people attended from a variety of backgrounds and the evaluations are in.
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My new book Cancer Demystified is out now!
I was recently given this recommendation on LinkedIn, and I thought it was worth sharing with you here.
Here is a recording of my recent What is Cancer? FREE webinar. Hope you enjoy.
Cancer is a progressive disease, taking sometimes years to develop. Find out more in this new article
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Here you can read the evaluations for the recent Introduction to Cancer course we ran at the world renown School of Oncology at the Christie Hospital in Manchester
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Just thought I would share this feedback that I received from a recent Anatomy & Oncology course.
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So, I was preparing a new webinar teaching session the other week. I had done my research, the presentation was finished. The day before I generally have another read through the presentation…and I was not happy. Read on to find out why.
I recently delivered cancer training to the National Cancer Registration & Analysis Services (NCRAS)at the offices in West Dean, nr Salisbury. Three, intensive and very rewarding days teaching Cancer Registration staff about cancer biology, staging, grading and metastasis.
Read on to find out how to get the best out of the webinar experience with some helpful tips on how to present a great webinar.
Venue Confirmed! O'Halloran Consultancy is pleased to announce that the Introduction to Cancer study day will take place at Cotton Court, Preston on the 6th October
In this webinar you will learn how a knowledge of the differentiation pathway (maturation) of blood cells is essential in understanding the different types of leukaemia. AML, CML, ALL & CLL will all be explained. Disease characteristics, epidemiology and typical treatments will all be covered
Recent published results from the Quartz trial has indicated that there is no need for whole brain radiotherapy for NSCLC that has spread to the brain
So recently I noticed a changing mole on my forehead. Fearing the worst I went to get it checked at the GPs. Keep reading to find out more!
Very grateful for the amazing feedback for my latest Anatomy & Oncology for non-clinicians course held at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine for the Cancer Research UK, Cancer Survival Research Group on the 18th-20th July, 2016.
Held at the Christie Hospital in Manchester, this course has run for many years and continues to evaluate very positively. Here is a summary of the latest evaluation for the course held 14th-15th June 2016.
A great day had teaching the Introduction to Cancer to members of Cancer Research UK yesterday.
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Can we use ‘Carcinoma’ interchangeably with ‘Cancer’? If your answer is ‘Yes’ then you might want to read further…
I have been working in the cancer field for over 25 years, and I frequently hear the word ‘carcinoma’ used interchangeably with ‘cancer’. Not just by lay-people, but also by professionals working in the cancer field.
Lung Cancer: Anatomy & Oncology. Lung cancer affects almost 46000 people in the UK alone. Of these around 35000 will die from their lung cancer. 90% of lung cancer could be prevented.