Dr Tony Dhillon

University of Surrey and Royal Surrey County Hospital

Consultant medical oncologist and Senior Lecturer at the Royal Surrey and University of Surrey. Specialising in colon, liver, pancreas and biliary cancers. Research interests are in colon cancer immunotherapy and microbiome and pancreatic and colon cancer. Research collaborations with the Royal Marsden/Institute of Cancer Research and the University of Oxford. I am the chief investigator of the POLEM trial- phase 3 study of immunotherapy in MSI-High stage 3 Colon cancer.

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Immunotherapy and Colon Cancer

Discussion of the evidence of benefit of checkpoint inhibition in colon cancer, in particular in the adjuvant setting- discussing on going clinical trials and up to date data. Description of data in metastatic colon cancer and future directions

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