Peng Xiaochi
Peng Xiaochi

Position: Oncology Director, Leading Expert of Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou

Title: Chief Physician

Specialty: Minimally invasive targeted therapy, chemotherapy, combined therapy of Chinese medicine and western medicine for solid tumor

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Since 1993, Prof. Peng has devoted himself to cancer therapy. Born from a family with a profound medical background, Prof. Peng chose to get himself into medical industry. Prof. Peng has tried his best to be a doctor. He has witnessed many cancer patients suffer from the pain and many happy families are broken due to cancers. Many patients and their families are trapped into despair because of bad cancer therapeutic effect. What he has seen encourages him to study deeply to cancer treatment. Thus, Prof. Peng has participated in many kinds of academic meeting, communicated with lots of oncologists, read books and paid attention to the cancer news on the Internet to fulfill himself so that he is capable of enriching cancer knowledge and helping more cancer patients. In the process of studying and researching, Prof. Peng gains his own thoughts and experience. He has delivered more than 20 pieces of paper on academic journals and academic meeting in different levels.

Education Background:

Graduate of Sun Yat-Sen University

Further Study in University of British Columbia

Further Study in National University of Singapore

Medical Experience:

An academic researcher of the 7th International Tumor Minimally Invasive Therapy

The chairman committee of the first “ASEAN Academic Committee of Minimally Invasive Therapy”

The 21st Global Anticancer Meeting

The 7th International Academic Meeting of Tumor Minimally Invasive Therapy

“CSCO-Southern” Tumor Biological Therapy and Particle Targeted Therapy Forum

Academic Achievement

The Clinical Research of Efficacy of Cryotherapy for Partial Advanced Pancreatic Cancer

The Observation of Curative Effect of Interventional Therapy for Liver Cancer

The Clinical Analysis of Photodynamic Therapy for Tongue Cancer

Research Technology

Minimally invasive targeted therapy for solid tumors


Combined therapy of Chinese medicine and western medicine

Research Direction


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*Surgery, in addition to the appropriate chemotherapy and radiotherapy, are effective in treating early cancer, but certain patients in late stage of cancer may not be tolerate surgery well as they can be relatively weak. A combination of carefully planned minimally invasive therapy, chemotherapy or radiotherapy can effectively reduce the side effects and discomfort of treatment and may help patient get better efficacy.

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