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Dr James Good

Professional profile

I am an oncologist with a unique range of expertise in the treatment of bowel cancer and a reputation for bringing innovative, effective and personalised treatments to people in the Midlands. I trained in cancer medicine and radiotherapy at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, where I became skilled in the use of intensity modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) and stereotactic radiotherapy (SABR, CyberKnife). Since moving to Birmingham I have been at the forefront of using these advanced radiotherapy techniques to treat secondary bowel and rectal cancer in the liver and other parts of the body. I also have extensive experience of using chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy and selective internal radiotherapy (SIRT). My patients tell me that they value my warm, pragmatic and optimistic approach.

Research Interests

I trained in immunology, molecular biology and cancer drug development at Cambridge University and the Institute of Cancer Research, London, and have published research in this area. I am the lead investigator for a number of clinical trials investigating new drugs and novel radiotherapy techniques, and am regularly invited to speak on the latest developments.


Clinic appointments and chemotherapy are available at Spire Little Aston Hospital in Sutton Coldfield, Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, and BMI Priory Hospital in Edgbaston. Radiotherapy is available at Spire Little Aston and at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.


Call my secretary, Sheena Collins, on 0121 371 3599

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MSc, MB BS (Univeristy of London)

Ph.D (University of Cambridge)


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