In this episode Munir Adam is joined by Cancer Clinical Lead GP Dr Shaz Kang, who has been interviewing a Professor passionately leading the way in the all-important, yet poorly known Rapid Diagnostic Centre. The episode covers:
SPECIAL THANKS to our guest speakers: Professor Finbarr Cotter, Consultant haem-oncologist at Barts Health NHS Trust & Dr Shaz Kang, General Practitioner and Clinical Cancer Lead in Waltham Forest.
Cancer research UK - HP section. Health professional | Cancer Research UK
NICE guidance on cancer: Overview | Suspected cancer: recognition and referral | Guidance | NICE
NHS.uk: Cancer - Signs and symptoms - NHS (www.nhs.uk)
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