Dr Andrew Gaya
Oncologist specialising in the management of gastrointestinal malignancies - cancer of the oesophagus, stomach, liver, pancreas, bowel, rectum, anus. Multimodality management using chemotherapy, conventional radiotherapy, stereotactic radiotherapy, cyberknife, MRI guided radiotherapy, proton therapy, targeted therapy and immunotherapy.
CyberKnife is a pain-free robotic radiotherapy cancer treatment system that delivers radiation to tumours with incredible accuracy, without the need for su
9 consultants available
The use of RapidArc means that radiotherapy is customised to the individual patient’s personal anatomy.
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OncoSil for locally advanced pancreatic cancer
We're the first UK hospital to offer OncoSil as a treatment. In clinical trials, it's proving effective at treating locally advanced pancreatic cancer.
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Dr Gaya treats all gastrointestinal tumours (e.g. oesophagus, stomach, liver, pancreas, colon, rectum, anus) using chemotherapy, radiotherapy, immunotherapy, biological therapies, and data from tumour genome analysis. Offering both drug-based and radiation-based therapies and close liaison with surgical and interventional radiology, he is a leading authority on the unique combination of multiple treatment modalities and personalised tumour molecular profiling into a treatment package for each patient.
He is heavily involved with the implementation and usage of the latest radiotherapy techniques such as MRI guided radiotherapy, MRIdian, proton therapy and stereotactic body radiosurgery (gamma knife, cyberknife).
Dr Andrew Gaya is available through The London Clinic's Connect service for video consultations.
- Consultant Clinical Oncologist
The London Clinic
- Targeted therapies
- SABR - stereotactic radiotherapy
- Year qualified 1995
- St Georges Hospital, University of London 1989-1995