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DR GRAHAM STAPLETON

Dr Stapleton graduated M.B.Ch.B. from the University of
Cape Town in 1978.

He completed his post-graduate training at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa and qualified as a general surgeon with a Fellowship of the College of Surgeons of South Africa (F.C.S.) in 1989. He also, subsequently earned a M.Med. degree from the University of Cape Town for his dissertation on gastric mucus in a porcine peptic ulcer model.

The following year he spent as a research fellow in the UCT / MRC Liver Centre, making resin casts of human livers, which he then dissected to study and analyse the blood supply of the intrahepatic bile ducts. During that year he also studied hepatic blood flow after reduced liver transplants in pigs. Read more about Dr Stapleton.

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DR GRAHAM STAPLETON

Dr Graham Stapleton is registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as a General Surgeon.

He specialises in liver and pancreatic surgery, with particular emphasis on removal of tumours of the liver and pancreas as well as other gastrointestinal cancers. He also supervises palliative treatments such as endoscopic and percutaneous stenting of obstructed bile ducts for those patients whose cancers are advanced and not resectable.

+27 (0) 21-6716181

+27 (0) 21-671-5775

+27 (0)82-569-4427

1406 Netcare Christian Barnard Memorial Hospital
Cnr DF Malan Street & Rua Bartholemeu Dias Plain
Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001