Dr Sarah Harris has been a Consultant Clinical Oncologist working at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust for over 20 years. She now only sees patients privately at a range of private centres across London as well as by remote video consultation . Her areas of interests include breast cancer, prostate cancer and urological cancer, and she treats these conditions using radiotherapy and chemotherapy in central London and the south east of England.
She has extensive clinical experience in the management of breast cancer using radiotherapy and drug treatments. She has a specialist interest in technical radiotherapy due to its maximal benefits and reduced side effects. In particular she uses heart sparing radiotherapy techniques for left-sided breast radiotherapy. Furthermore, she regularly uses stereotactic radiotherapy for the treatment of localised recurrent cancers using the latest radiotherapy technologies, cyberknife and SABR. For the treatment of prostate cancer, she can perform external radiotherapy using modern IMRT and IGRT.
Along with her wealth of experience, she completed specialist training in proton beam radiotherapy at the University Of Pennsylvania in 2020. Dr Harris also holds many professional memberships, including the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Radiologists.
In her leisure time , she is a keen golfer aspiring to a single figure handicap
Dr Harris was extremely kind, caring and helpful throughout. She put me at ease from the start and provided me with a very thorough explanation of what I should expect both during and after my treatment. She also answered every question I asked her with a huge amount of patience and understanding.
Thank you Beverley for your very kind comments . Best wishes Sarah
Dr Harris has been very prompt (lovely to be seen quickly!), kind and thoughtful in her consultations. She has explained the procedures and treatments extremely well and listened to any concerns I might have and advised Accordingly. I feel very comfortable with her support and professional guidance for this part of my treatment.
Thank you Natalie for your very kind comments. Best wishes Sarah