Medical oncology

Drug therapies for tailored cancer care

Our team of medical oncologists are at the leading edge of anti-cancer drug development, helping us to provide the most effective treatment, faster


Medical oncology is a branch of cancer care concerned with the treatment and management of cancer using anti-cancer medication and drug therapies. From our dedicated chemotherapy suites to the latest immunotherapy and hormone treatments, we have the facilities and expertise to offer medical care for patients of any age, with any type of cancer. Our experienced medical oncologists work in multidisciplinary teams to provide a comprehensive treatment plan, tailored to each patient. This means that alongside treatment with a course of specialised medication, you may also have radiotherapy or surgery. A key part of our cancer care service is Sarah Cannon Research UK — our world-leading clinical trial facility, which is at the forefront of innovative new therapies. Being at the heart of new drug development helps us to deliver the most effective cancer treatment at the earliest opportunity.


With modern screening facilities, the latest treatments and ongoing support, we offer comprehensive cancer care from diagnosis to recovery.

  • Bone marrow transplant

    Need to know

    You might need to have a bone marrow transplant if you have aplastic anaemia, leukaemia, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and specific genetic blood and immune disorders. Our procedures include both autologous transplants (from your body) and allogenic transplants (from a donor's body).

  • Chemotherapy

    Need to know

    With HCA UK, there are no waiting lists and we aim to provide chemotherapy treatment as soon as possible. We have a network of chemotherapy day care facilities, providing expert treatment unique to your type and stage of cancer as well as your individual needs. No two treatment plans are the same....

  • Chemosaturation therapy

    Need to know

    Chemosaturation therapy can help slow or reverse the growth of liver tumours from certain cancers, but it’s not a cure. Because the liver is isolated from the rest of the body during treatment, you may not get as many side effects as there are associated with traditional chemotherapy.

  • Chemoembolisation

    Need to know

    TACE is usually used to treat liver cancer. It starves the tumour of the oxygen and nutrients it needs to grow. In some cases, it may cause the tumour to shrink. Because chemotherapy is delivered directly to your liver, the rest of your body shouldn't be exposed to the drug. This treatment isn't suitable...

Consultant in theatres

Our consultants

Our experienced consultant oncologists specialise in the early detection and latest treatments for all cancers including prostate, breast and blood.

Our facilities

From complex surgery to straightforward procedures, we provide exceptional care across our network of hospitals, outpatient centres and specialist clinics.

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