We will be holding a series of interactive sessions for oncologists during 2020 on three of the key treatments available for liver metastases:
Hosted by Consultant Radiologist, Sachin Modi and Sanjay Gupta, Consultant Anaesthetist at Spire Southampton and Southampton General Hospital, the sessions will provide details on each individual treatment including latest updates and best practice. They will also examine how they can be used in combination with other treatments including conventional chemotherapy or regional therapies.
If you would like to register your interest in attending one of our forthcoming workshops which are being held in Dublin, Manchester, and London, please fill in the form and we will let you have more information in due course. The workshops are free to attend, and spaces will be available on a first come, first served basis.
Sachin Modi has worked at Southampton General Hospital and Spire Southampton since 2015 and has been a Consultant Interventional Radiologist for three years. Sachin’s primary interest is for interventional oncology and his specialist expertise is in liver directed treatment for primary or metastatic liver cancer.
He is licensed in chemoembolization (TACE- delivering bead with chemotherapy into liver arteries) and radioembolization (SIRT- delivering particles with radiation into liver arteries). He also performs other liver, gynaecological, and vascular interventions. His work with diagnostic radiology involves the reporting of hepatic, biliary, abdominal, and vascular imaging using MRI, CT, and ultrasound scans.
Sanjay Gupta has worked as a consultant at Spire Southampton and Southampton General Hospital since 2006. His main sub-specialties include major Oncological Surgery, particularly Hepato-Biliary (including liver, pancreas, and gallbladder) and Colo-Rectal Surgery. He is lead anaesthetist for Chemosaturation PHP for liver-directed therapy at Southampton and has led in establishing an Enhanced Sedation service both in the NHS and private hospitals.
Please note: The workshops are sponsored by medac Pharma, but the company has no influence on the content presented.