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A clinical academic he was instrumental in the development of the MERCURY Research Project that demonstrated the value of MRI and multidisciplinary team working in the management of rectal cancer (www.pelicancancer.org) and he continues to develop clinical-based research programmes and assesses new technologies. He has an extensive library of publications and continues to present nationally and internationally as well as teaching surgical procedures in other countries.
For appointments regarding general surgical problems including abdominal and groin hernias, bowel disease and screening, a GP referral letter is preferred. A consultation with your GP is not always necessary to obtain this.
For second opinions regarding potential bowel surgery or abdominal wall reconstruction an assessment may be carried out without a GP letter. However, for a fully informative discussion, consent from your GP and results of radiological and pathological investigations considerably improve the accuracy of the discussion.
Graduating from The University of Wales College of Medicine in 1993 with a Bachelor of Medical Science degree in Medical Genetics (BMedSci) and his degrees in Medicine and Surgery (MBBCh) Mr Daniels surgical training began in South Wales.
He then moved to London and the South-East at internationally recognised units such as St George’s, the Oxford John Radcliffe Hospital and Basingstoke.
He is a Hunterian Professor of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, a member of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain & Ireland, The European Society of Coloproctology, The Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland, The British Association of Surgical Oncology and The British Association of Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition.