Second opinions and transfer of care requests. @Gilly777 so i can highly recommend The Royal Marsden, Dr Chau is who we saw for a second opinion, they always have an awful lot of NHS patients, but it is always worth asking anyway. The Royal Marsden was the world’s first hospital to be dedicated purely to cancer diagnosis, treatment and research. Anti-androgen withdrawal response and a choline PET can - and second opinion at Royal Marsden. Due to the high number of second opinion requests The Royal Marsden receives, we are not able to accept all referrals for a second opinion. so we decided to ask for a second opinion and to use our private insurance. The Royal Marsden’s Sutton hospital in south London does not have an intensive care unit and is forced to shunt seriously ill children to St George’s Hospital 40 minutes away Your medical second opinion case is meticulously reviewed by a multi-disciplinary consultative panel of top clinicians as opposed to a single doctor review. A retrospective audit was performed for second-opinion cases received in the Sarcoma Unit of the Royal Marsden Hospital. Everyone is entitled to ask for a second opinion. This information from the Royal Marsden Hospital states “Due to the high number of second opinion requests The Royal Marsden receives, they are not able to accept all referrals for a second opinion. Recommended Second Opinions. I know that there are several of you here on the forum that go there but can you please remind me the name of your consultant at the Royal Marsden … Or any other venerable Cancer Research centre? If you did go the private/paid for consultation then you just call his secretary and book it yourself. I would say push for your second opinion - you have every right to - BeeWild is right in that you have to be your own advocate. We are covered for the Royal Marsden that I understand is a centre of excellence. Since getting the second opinion meant that Helen no longer needed the full hysterectomy, it allowed her to go away and have fertility treatment to … Personally I give around 200 second opinions each year and I would not discourage anyone from looking for one, but there are some points to bear in mind: It was established in 1851 and the building looks almost gothic. Just a recap and update on my situation. Or the UCL Cancer institute? For example, in a cancer case the panel would typically include medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgical oncologists, pathologists, and radiologists. When you walk through the corridors there’s a sense of history in the air, like when you go to an old church or museum. By Mr Neil Pearce, Consultant Surgeon . I'm sorry I can't be helpful in telling you ways of how you get that second opinion but the Marsden are great, I hear so are the Christie and also a lady prof in one of the London hospitals. at the Royal Marsden, he had assessed the slides again and it had gone from a grade three/four tumor to a grade one tumour which was huge for me”. Cases were retrieved from the pathology second-opinion database. In looking for a second opinion in London, we know about SB at the Royal Marsden and CF at Imperial, But does anyone know anyone at Guys, for instance? I was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer with spread to four lymph nodes in January 2010 – … Thanks in advance, Laura Mal__ over 7 years ago.