Mr Paul Cathcart is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Guy’s Hospital. He specialises in the management of prostate cancer and is one of the highest volume robotic prostate cancer surgeons in the UK, performing over 100 robotic prostate cancer surgeries each year. His particular clinical interests include nerve-sparing robotic radical prostatectomy, radical prostatectomy for high-risk prostate cancer and salvage-robotic radical prostatectomy – that is robotic prostate removal for recurrent cancer.
Mr Catchcart was fellowship trained in robotic prostate cancer surgery in Melbourne, Australia under the tutorage of Professor Tony Costello, one of the world's leading robotic prostate cancer surgeons. Before leaving for Australia, he was an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer at University College Hospital London. He is the clinical co-ordinator for the National Prostate Cancer Audit and the chief investigator in a number of clinical trials including the PRIME study, which is a study assessing intraoperative PET imaging during robotic prostate cancer surgery, the RAFT study, a trial assessing the efficacy and safety of salvage robotic prostate cancer surgery after focal therapy, as well as the PROVENT study, a trial assessing the efficacy of Vitamin D and aspirin to prevent prostate cancer progression in men on active surveillance for low risk prostate cancer.
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Recommended on 22/07/2013
Mr Paul Cathcart is a fantastic young surgeon. He's probably the only surgeon in this area who is specialising in complex cases.