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    Dr. Pedro Pérez Segura

    Dr. Pedro Pérez Segura

    Training, Qualifications and Honours

    • Degree in Medicine and Surgery from Universidad Complutense of Madrid (1992)
    • D in Medicine and Surgery from Universidad Complutense of Madrid (1997)
    • Medical Oncology Specialist, via MIR Internship, Hospital Universitario Clínico San Carlos (1994-1998)
    • Master’s Degree in “Senior Management of Health and Business Management Services” Agencia Laín Entralgo and Universidad de Alcalá de Henares Health Council of the Autonomous Community of Madrid
    • Founding Member of the Hereditary Cancer Section of the Spanish Society of Medical Oncology
    • Coordinator of the Prevention Area of the Spanish Society of Medical Oncology
    • Professor at the School of Medicine at Universidad Complutense of Madrid

    Professional Career

    • 1999 – Present, Associate of the Medical Oncology Service of Hospital Universitario Clínico San Carlos of Madrid, responsible for the Neuro-Oncology, Head and Neck Cancer and Family Cancer Units
    • 2007 – Present, Head of Quality of the Oncological management Unit of Hospital Clínico San Carlos of Madrid
    • 1992 – 1993, Primary Care Physician (INSALUD), Madrid


    • Associate Professor of the Faculty of Medicine of Universidad Complutense of Madrid and Master’s Degree in Health Management and Direction Services from Universidad de Alcalá de Henares
    • Participation in various healthcare committees at Hospital Clínico San Carlos de Madrid

    Publications, Conferences and Papers

    • AEBM-Reference Prize in 2005 awarded for the paper presented at the 14th National Clinical Laboratory Conference on “Prevalence of germinal mutations in hMLH1, hMSH2 and hMSH6 in Spanish families with non-polyposic colon cancer” Alicante, June 2005
    • Prize for the best oncology film of the 3rd “Videoprimaria” International Medical Video Competition in 2005 called “Prevention of breast cancer in patients with BRCA1 mutation” Vigo, November 2005
    • 2nd Prize for “Support for Oncology Research”, promoted by Novartis, with the project titled “Detection of mutations in susceptibility genes in hereditary breast cancer, BRCA1 and 2, in Spanish families, and their clinical y pathological correlation”, November 2000.
    • Collaboration in multiple articles in national and international books and journals in the field of medical oncology and, more specifically, in genetic counselling.


    • Expert at the EMEA for assessment of new oncological drugs (since 2006)
    • Expert at the Directorate General of Advanced Therapies and Transplants (DGTATX) of the Ministry of Health and Social Policy for assessment of research projects
    • Expert at the Spanish Medicines Agency for the assessment of new oncological drugs (since 2006)
    • Coordinator of the Alliance for the Prevention of Colon Cancer (from 2014 to 2016)
    • Chairman of the technical committee of the Spanish Cancer Association- AECC (Provincial Board of Madrid)
    • Chairman of the Spanish Neuro-oncology Research Group (GEINO) from 2014 to 2016
    • Member of the Spanish Medical Oncology Society (SEOM)
    • Coordinator and Founding Member of the Hereditary Cancer Section of the Spanish Society of Medical Oncology (SEOM) (since 2001)
    • Member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
    • Member of the ICG-HNPCC
    • Member of the Spanish Digestive Tumor Treatment Group (TTD)
    • Member of the Scientific Committee of the “Alliance for the Prevention of Colorectal Cancer”
    • Member of the AEGH (Spanish Association of Human Genetics)

    R&D Projects

    • Participation in more than 200 clinical trials in different areas of oncology
    • Participation in trials which have allowed the approval of antineoplastic therapies by international and national regulatory agencies
    • Development of trial phases I, II, III and IV; gene therapy and chemoprevention

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Dr. Radua Kamal Salah

Thank you for the kindness, good humour that you have shown as well as the wonderful food. This certainly helps to make a sick person feel better and have a speedy recovery.


Medical Specialities

  • Health and Beauty

    Our specific diagnostic tests, surgery and post-operative protocols allow us to attend to our patients’ different expectations, in addition to maintaining the maximum level of results, avoiding any risk.

  • Women – Cosmetic Genital and Intimate Surgery

    Cosmetic genital surgery is a medical sub-specialty of gynecology that is becoming increasingly popular. It is a step further in clinical practice as a way to meet our patients’ new demands, not only related to gynecological health but also to aesthetic beauty and sexual satisfaction. In the case of intimate surgery, it allows us to improve the anatomical and functional conditions of the pelvic floor.

  • Men – Urology

    Our services are notable for their personalised approach, which determines the optimal treatment for each patient, always in line with his/her personal needs.

  • High-technology musculoskeletal surgery institute

    Vithas International’s Articular Regenerative Therapy Unit specialises in the application of biological treatments, mainly with platelet-rich plasma technology, for joints, bones, tendons, muscles and other tissues, all through minimally invasive and guided approaches, when required, using imaging techniques.

  • Ophthalmology

    At Vithas International we provide our patients with the highest-level techniques in Premium Ophthalmology. In addition to ocular pathology, we also treat refractive disorders of the eye: myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia.

  • Fertility

    The Assisted Reproduction Unit comes about in response to the increasing number of fertility problems.

  • Oncology

    We offer leading-quality oncological care through a multidisciplinary approach in response to our patients’ needs, with personalised treatment throughout.

  • Check-ups

    At Vithas International we offer comprehensive check-ups through leading specialists working with a multidisciplinary approach. The doctor reviews the results on the same day as the check-up, and issues the diagnosis and a series of guidelines to prevent and conserve a good state of health, prescribing treatment or referring the patient to a specialist whenever necessary.