My husband was diagnosed with lung cancer the early part of 2016, after being under the care of Doctor Roberts for a short while Doctor Polychronis became his cancer Doctor. From the outset I asked Doctor Polychronis if he could offer the same treatments as the Royal Marsden knowing the the cancer my husband had would be difficult to treat Doctor Polychronis said "yes exactly the same as the Marsden". However after only a couple of months of chemo we were told it wasn't working, Doctor Polychronis had nothing more to offer and nothing to say as we left his office in silence and with no hope. Having knowledge of the Royal Marsden we contacted our GP and was referred to the Marsden Sutton the care and respect shown to my husband was so so different. But we had wasted time believing Doctor Polychronis in the first place. On the internet it states Polychronis worked at the Marsden maybe it would do him some good to go back there to remind him how to treat patients.
My wife was patient of Dr Polychronis in 2015. Whilst we only actually saw him half a dozen times, I never warmed to him particularly and found he always appeared rather distracted, as if he would rather be elsewhere. In light of an investigation in late 2015 by The Times newpaper regarding his involvement in questionable 'no ID' botox injections and his one has to be now consider Dr Polychronis ethics and association with such activities.
Caring, trustworthy and unhurried doctors. Excellent oncologist and offered me up to date, state of the art treatment option. Has been treating me for lung cancer for 7 years.