Professor Lucian Sulica delivered his Semon Lecture on the 4th of November 2022 at the Royal Society of Medicine. He started by talking about the causes of vocal cord paralysis and the work up needed to investigate, then spoke about Semon’s Law and how our understanding of this has changed, before going on to show … Continue reading “Vocal Fold Paralysis Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”
Will Immunotherapy Put Head and Neck Surgeons Out of Business?
Professor Kevin Harrington gave his Semon Lecture on the 5th of November 2021 at the Royal Society of Medicine. He spoke about the improvements made in radiation oncology, oncology, and surgery in treating head and neck cancers. After explaining the basics of cancer immunotherapy, he went on to discuss various clinical trials and the treatment … Continue reading “Will Immunotherapy Put Head and Neck Surgeons Out of Business?”
Laryngectomy Practice Based on Personal Research
Professor Johan Fagan delivered his Semon Lecture on the 6th of November 2020 online, in a first for the lecture series due to the coronavirus pandemic. He looked at his own experiences working in Cape Town and contrasted this with how it may be done in the United Kingdom, due to South Africa’s different financial, … Continue reading “Laryngectomy Practice Based on Personal Research”