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📅 20th - 21st June 2024 📍 Glasgow

Stephen Harrow

Edinburgh Cancer Centre

Dr Stephen Harrow was appointed as a Consultant Clinical Oncologist at the Edinburgh Cancer Centre in 2021 having previously worked for 12 years as a consultant at the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre. He completed a PhD combining radiation and viro-therapy in high grade glioma prior to completing his specialist clinical oncology training. Dr Harrow then undertook a fellowship in Radiation Oncology with the British Columbia Cancer Agency in Vancouver. At the Edinburgh Cancer Centre Dr Harrow has a busy thoracic and oligometastatic cancer practice delivering both radiotherapy and systemic anti-cancer therapy. He was awarded a National Research Scotland Fellowship from the Chief Scientists office enabling to develop clinical and laboratory research projects. He is a Principal and Chief Investigator on several clinical trials. His research interests are in re-irradiation, radiation induced pneumonitis, smoking cessation, radiomics, drug/radiotherapy combinations (Concorde arm lead) and oligometastatic disease. He has been awarded a 1.8-million-pound grant from the Scottish Government to develop oligometastatic SABR services across Scotland to ensure equity of access for Scottish patients and clinical trial development. He is the Lead for Cancer Innovation for NHS Lothian and is the South East Scotland Scottish Cancer Research Network Lead.

The conference has been instigated and organised by LCNUK. Sponsors have contributed funding towards this event in return for exhibition space. They have had no input into the agenda or the selection of speakers with the exception of any sponsored symposia which are clearly indicated.

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Annual Conference

Join us for the LCNUK Conference 2024, the go-to event for any nurse working in lung cancer.

Held Thursday 20th - Friday 21st June at the Hilton Hotel, Glasgow. In this year’s event we’ll be returning to the fundamentals that are so important to our role focusing on patient centred care and symptom management.

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