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Expert in: Breast Surgery
29 years of experience

Dr. Christina Choy is a Breast Specialist Consultant Surgeon currently working at the private practices at the London Clinic, King Edward VII Hospital, Princess Grace Hospital and The Harley Street Diagnostic Centre, the Lister Hospital and the Chiswick Medical Centre. She is a very experienced Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon specializing in Breast Surgery and Breast Reconstruction. Her areas of interest include breast conservation surgery with oncoplastic technique, mastectomy with skin and nipple-sparing with reconstruction, fat transfer, sentinel node biopsy with dual localization, wire-guided, and the new wireless localization procedure, breast reduction, augmentation, and uplift. Miss Choy is very experienced in offering breast screening and assessment procedures for breast pain, nipple discharge, mastitis, and lumps. She also offers family history clinic, other breast cancer risk assessments, and genetic testing. 

Dr. Choy graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degrees from the University of Sydney in 1986. Choy undertook her postgraduate speciality training across well-known countries such as Australia and Hong Kong. Dr. Choy also worked as a fellow in the UK in St Bartholomew’s Hospital and the Royal Marsden Hospital before taking on consultant post as a locum at St Bartholomew's, King's College and Newham General Hospital. She worked as a substantive consultant Oncoplastic breast surgeon at Homerton University Hospital for over 14 years. Dr. Choy worked in a multi-disciplinary team in the London Breast Institute for over 10 years with breast care nurses, pathologists, oncologists, and radiologists.

Dr. Christina Choy is also interested in research regarding the genetic aspect of breast cancer by studying gene arrays and studying data of Afrocarribean young women with breast cancer. She also studies ethnic barriers affecting women in accessing early breast cancer diagnosis and aims to resolve barriers to allow easier access to medical care. She has published in many peer-reviewed scientific journals. 

Choy is an Oncoplastic and Reconstructive Breast Surgeon fully registered with the General Medical Council. She also holds medical board registrations in Hong Kong and Australia. Choy is also a member of the Association of Breast Surgeons in the UK and Breast Surgeon International. Dr. Choy is fluent in English, Chinese - Cantonese.

 

 

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Expert in: General Surgery
34 years of experience
Breast Surgery , Endocrine Surgery

Mr. Dimitri Hadjiminas is a specialist breast, thyroid and parathyroid surgeon. He is currently Consultant Breast Surgeon and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London.

Mr Hadjiminas runs a rapid (one-stop) diagnostic service for breast problems, as part of a multi-disciplinary team for the treatment of breast cancer.

His special interests include surgery for breast cancer, breast reconstruction including partial reconstruction using LD or LICAP/AICAP flaps, other oncoplastic techniques, sentinel node biopsy, augmentations and reductions, thyroid and parathyroid surgery.

He performs minimally invasive parathyroid surgery after localisation of an adenoma if necessary under local anaesthesia.

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Expert in: Breast Surgery
19 years of experience

Mr Paul Thiruchelvam is a Consultant Breast Surgeon practising at Imperial College NHS Trust in London. As an oncoplastic breast surgeon, his specialist interests are the treatment of breast cancer, breast cancer risk reduction surgery, familial breast cancer, partial breast reconstruction and breast cancer-related lymphodema. He also has an interest in benign breast disease. Mr Thiruchelvam obtained his medical degree from Imperial College London in 2000. He underwent his surgical training at a number of specialist breast units in London hospitals including The Royal Marsden, North West Thames and Imperial College. His surgical training was completed during his fellowship at the National Oncoplastic Group at the Nottingham Breast Institute. During this time, he conducted research mapping the anatomy of chest wall perforators flaps in breast reconstruction. He also completed a PhD in Molecular Oncology at Imperial College London in 2010. Mr Thiruchelvam has also completed travelling fellowships to world-class hospitals such as the Mayo Clinic and the Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in the USA. In 2016, he was awarded a Winston Churchill Memorial Fellowship, during which he travelled to Japan, the USA, and the Netherlands to study specialist breast cancer treatment techniques. He is a member of the expert panel on breast cancer-related lymphoedema and helped to compile the American Society of Breast Surgeons’ best practice guidelines. Away from the clinic, he enjoys rugby and travelling.

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Expert in: Breast Surgery
30 years of experience

Mr. Hemant Singhal specializes exclusively in breast disorders including benign breast problems, the treatment of breast cancer and breast reconstructive surgery. Mr. Singhal was Clinical Lead for North West London Hospitals Breast Service and Senior Lecturer at Imperial College till 2010. 

He trained in general surgery and surgical oncology at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London, and St George's registrar rotation. He was a Fellow in surgical oncology at Strang-Cornell Cancer Center in New York, Cornell University, and a Lecturer in surgical oncology at the University of Western Ontario. His further training was in breast and Reconstructive Surgery in the Cardiff Breast Unit.

He is part of a multidisciplinary team and works to establish a firm diagnosis as well as personalizing breast cancer treatment. He is an accomplished and recognized breast specialist who was instrumental in setting up the sentinel node program in North West London. He is passionate about breast conservation with an oncoplastic approach and the early diagnosis of breast cancer.

Mr. Singhal has lectured widely, is the author of a number of scientific papers and chapters on the evaluation and treatment of breast disease. He has been invited to faculty at many international workshops and conferences.

Mr. Singhal sees patients at The Harley Street Breast Clinic, Clementine Churchill Hospital, Wellington Hospital, and Bishopswood Hospital.  The clinics have a unique one-stop diagnostic facility that provides the results of mammograms, ultrasounds and needle biopsies in a single visit. The clinics are scheduled throughout the week, and it is often possible to arrange an appointment on the same day.

His ethos is that to achieve the very best results you have to take the time to pay attention to every detail. His clinics are designed to reflect this ideal and to remove the anxiety of waiting days or even weeks for test results.

 

 

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Expert in: Breast Surgery
21 years of experience

Debashis Ghosh is a Consultant breast surgeon based at The Royal Free London Breast Unit that is considered one of the leading breast units in the world. He is actively involved in breast surgery research including the pioneering use of a portable gamma camera for sentinel node biopsies. As a member of the Breast Team of the Royal Free and UCL medical School, he is involved in trials in the use of intraoperative radiothearapy, radioactive iodine and seed localisation. He is currently working on the use of fluoroscence in cancer surgery. He is the co-author, chapter on breast and oncoplastic surgery, Kirk’s Operative Surgery.


Mr Ghosh sees NHS patients and private patients in the settings of a One stop breast clinic, all his consultations for breast cancer are carried out in world class facilities where one stop service of all radiology and Pathology is available in the same consultation. He is always accompanied by a Specialist Breast care Nurse who is able to counsel and meet the holistic needs of a patient.


Genetic tests for Risks of Breast cancer for BRCA genetic defects are available for suitable patients.


All patients who have Sentinel Node Biopsy will have intra operative testing for presence of Cancer Cells. OSNA and imprint cytology is performed as a routine hence avoiding two operations in certain cases.


All patients and their management is always discussed at the multi-disciplinary team that are attended by the leading radiologists, Oncologists and pathologists of London.


All operations are performed at the leading Hospitals of the world that include The Harley Street Clinic, Hospital of St Johns & Elizabeth and The Wellington Hospital.

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Expert in: Breast Surgery
36 years of experience

Tena Walters is a highly qualified and accomplished consultant Breast Surgeon. She undertook her medical training at the Medical College of St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1983. She was appointed Lecturer in Anatomy, and subsequently lecturer in Surgery on the Professorial Surgical Unit at Barts where she completed an MS thesis studying smooth muscle cell proliferation. She has worked in Breast Test Wales and in the Royal National Hospital of Wales, the Heath Cardiff.

In 1996 she was appointed as a Consultant in Breast and Colorectal Surgery at Queen Mary's Hospital Sidcup and became Lead Clinician of the Breast Unit in 1998 and Lead Clinician in Oncology in 2002. In the same year she was nominated for the Hospital Doctor of the year award and gained proxime accessit in the oncology category. She also joined the London Breast Clinic team back in 1996.

Her special interests include family history of breast disease, the effects of HRT on breast tissue and the management of breast pain as well as the early diagnosis and management of breast cancer. 

Miss Walters is an exceptionally well qualified practitioner providing only the highest standards of treatment and care to her patients. 


Second opinion £350

 
 
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Expert in: Breast Surgery
33 years of experience

Miss Bareen Shah is a Consultant Breast Surgeon based in London, UK. Following her graduation from Charing Cross Medical School she undertook her training on the Westminster surgical rotation before undertaking her specialist training in breast and endocrine surgery.

She is currently on the Section of Surgery Committee at the RSM and the ex-president of the Royal Society of Medicine’s clinical section. Miss Shah is a passionate teacher of both undergraduates and postgraduates and is a dedicated surgical teacher, more recently becoming a part of the Steering Group for surgery for the London Cancer Alliance.

She has a specialist interest in all aspects of thyroid and parathyroid surgery including dealing with complex recurrent disease and minimally invasive parathyroidectomy. She has an interest in early presentation and is responsible for running a rapid access diagnostic clinics at The London Breast 108 Harley Street, The Clementine Churchill hospital Harrow and The BUPA Cromwell Hospital.

Miss Shah is a keen gardener and cook.

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Expert in: Breast Surgery
17 years of experience

Mr Neeraj Garg is a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon based at King's College Hospital, London.

Mr Garg qualified in Medicine in 1987 and completed his undergraduate medical training at the University of Allahabad, India before moving to the UK to begin postgraduate training. He completed his higher surgical in General and Breast Oncoplastic surgery in the South East Thames rotation of the London Deanery. Following this, he undertook a year-long fellowship in Australia where he learnt a variety of techniques. He has a wealth of experience, having trained all across the world. He has trained in England, Australia, Italy, Austria, Spain and Japan. Upon completion of his training he worked for the Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust. Six years later he moved on to work at King’s College Hospital, London.

Mr Garg uses novel techniques to achieve optimal clearance of breast cancer while ensuring the best possible cosmetic result. Mr Garg follows his patients through from their first consultation to the end of their treatment, which explains his excellent patient reviews. 

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Expert in: Plastic Surgery
17 years of experience
Breast Surgery

Dr Samer Saour is a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. In 2014 he was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in Plastic Surgery, FRCS (Plast).

Dr Saour's special interests include aesthetic, general plastic surgery, microvascular reconstruction of the breast and lower limb, abdominal and perineal reconstruction. He also performs Face and neck lift, Rhinoplasty, Prominent ear correction, Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) and brow lifts

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Expert in: Breast Surgery
29 years of experience

Prof. Kefah Mokbel is an internationally renowned breast cancer surgeon and researcher who specialises in the multidisciplinary care of patients with breast cancer. He is the lead oncoplastic breast surgeon at the London Breast Institute.

Following the completion of his undergraduate medical education in 1990 at the London Hospital Medical College (now known as Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of London), Prof. Mokbel went on to pursue surgical training at the Royal Marsden, Charing Cross, Chelsea and Westminster, Saint Mary’s and St. Bartholomew’s hospitals, completing his higher surgical training as an oncoplastic breast surgeon in 2000. Over the years, Prof. Mokbel has won an impressive array of prestigious prizes, awards and honours during his education, training and postgraduate surgical career.

He qualified as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS, England) in 1994 and in 2000, he was granted the Master of Surgery degree by The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine for his research in the field of molecular biology of breast cancer.

He was appointed as a substantive consultant breast surgeon at St. George's Hospital trust in February 2001 until November 2010 when he was appointed as an honorary consultant breast surgeon at St. George's Hospital.

In 2002, Kefah was appointed Professor of Breast Cancer Surgery (honorary) at Brunel University of London in recognition of his contribution to breast cancer research. In 2005, he was appointed as a Reader in Breast Surgery at St. George’s University of London in recognition of his outstanding and extensive research contribution in the field of breast cancer.

His clinical interests include the early detection of breast cancer, management of breast pain, rapid assessment of breast lumps, DCIS, LCIS, minimally-invasive breast surgery, nipple discharge, sentinel node biopsy, wireless breast localisation (Savi Scout, Magseed, and radiofrequency identification tags) oncoplastic breast surgery, skin-sparing and nipple-sparing mastectomy and immediate ADM/mesh-assisted implant-based pre-pectoral breast reconstruction, breast lipofilling/fat grafting, prevention of breast cancer, genetic predisposition, breast MRI, risk-reducing surgery for BRCA1, BRCA2 and PALB2 gene mutation carriers and the management of benign conditions including breast cysts, breast pain and fibroadenomas. He also has extensive experience in reconstructive and aesthetic/cosmetic breast surgery.

Among other interests, Kefah has been heavily involved in research in the field of molecular biology and the clinical aspects of breast cancer, as well as aesthetic breast surgery including breast reconstruction following mastectomy and augmentation mammoplasty using implants and fat transfer. He has authored or coauthored more than 400 scientific papers, commentaries, editorials, and textbook chapters. He has also authored 14 textbooks that are aimed at medical students and postgraduate doctors. His current academic interest is focused on how to apply the advances from clinical trials to daily surgical practice.

According to Google Scholar, Prof. Mokbel has a H index of 50 and I-10 index of 167. He is on the editorial board for several international medical journals and is a peer reviewer for a number of leading medical journals including The Lancet. He has supervised and examined a significant number of postgraduate degrees (MD, MS, MSc) and PhDs.

He is the founder and current president of Breast Cancer Hope, a charity dedicated to “improving the quantity and quality of life in women diagnosed with breast cancer". He was featured in Tatler magazine’s Best Doctor’s Guide as one of the ‘Top Breast Surgeons’ in 2006, 2007 and 2013. He was also named in Times magazine's list of Britain's Top Doctors in 2010.

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