01 October 2019 – BBC News
Dr Paul Miller is facing scrutiny at the inquests of 10 of his former cancer patients who died between 2006 and 2015.
The patients were treated by Dr Miller, a former consultant urologist at East Surrey Hospital in Redhill. Dr Miller is due to answer questions at Crawley Coroner’s Court on 02.10.2019.
Inquests into the deaths of the 10 former patients are being heard together at Centenary House.
They are: Keith Reynolds, 68; Leslie Owers, 75; Lilian Cole, 82; Martin Turner, 86; Renfried Avery, 80; Frederick Le Vallois, 71; Ian Spurgeon, 85; Alan Burgess, 72; Graham Stoten, 57; and Jose Cressy, 76.
Senior coroner Penelope Schofield has taken over the running of the inquests, originally heard before Dr Karen Henderson in October 2018. In a statement relating to treatment of Mr Burgess, Dr Miller, who lives in the US, described how his cancer had become resistant to chemotherapy.