Dr Lucinda Morris

Biography

Dr Morris specialises in the management of breast, lung and haematological malignancy. Dr Morris completed her medical training at The University of Western Australia in 2008 and subsequently undertook her specialist radiation oncology training at Westmead Hospital. Dr Morris works as a consultant radiation oncologist at St George & The Sutherland Hospital. She is a member of lung and breast cancer multidisciplinary teams and is Chair of the Lymphoma Multidisciplinary Team. Her key area of expertise and clinical research is geriatric oncology, in particular optimising the care of older adults with cancer undergoing radiation therapy. Her research in improving cancer outcomes for older adults has been widely published nationally and internationally. Dr Morris is also passionate advocate for cancer patients and is the founding Chair of Targeting Cancer, an internationally recognised public awareness campaign which aims to raise the profile of radiation therapy in the community and increase patient access to radiation therapy globally. Dr Morris is actively engaged in education, advocacy and leadership within the global radiation oncology and is an elected RANZCR FRO Council Member.

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The Clinical Takeaway: Radiation Therapy vs Surgery for Prostate Cancer

A/Prof Sandra Turner | Created on 18 May 2021
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Modern Radiation Therapy and Hormone Therapy for Localised Prostate Cancer

This article discusses the importance of referral of patients with prostate cancer for consideration of radiation therapy if ... View more
A/Prof Sandra Turner | Created on 13 March 2018
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