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Double mastectomies: The Angelina Jolie effect

29 May 2014

Statistics show that women opting for double mastectomies are doing so unnecessarily. London Bridge Hospital speaks to The Express

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Matters of the heart

29 May 2014

Consultant Cardiologist Dr Clifford Bucknall's latest Q&A for The Spectator, covering heart conditions from heart attacks to heart murmurs

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Enlarged Prostate: What is it, and how do you spot the symptoms?

21 May 2014

Prostate enlargement, also known as prostatic hyperplasia can be common in men, and whilst it isn't serious, many don't know the signs to look out for. Mr Gordon Muir, Consultant Urologist speaks to the Huffington Post

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Symptoms of Hughes Syndrome mistaken for MS and Alzheimer’s

21 May 2014

Did you know that Hughes Syndrome is more common than Parkinson's Disease? Chopsy Baby looks at the facts

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Hughes Syndrome explained…

21 May 2014

This month is Hughes Syndrome Awareness Month, but what is it? Professor Graham Hughes, Head of the London Lupus Centre at London Bridge Hospital discovered the condition just over 30 years ago. Here, he speaks to the Daily Express

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How to spot the signs of Liver Cancer

08 May 2014

Following the sad news that former British number one tennis player Elena Baltacha has died, Consultant Medical Oncologist Dr Debashis Sarker speaks to The Huffington Post about how to spot Liver Cancer

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Liver Cancer explained

08 May 2014

Following the sad news that former British number one tennis player Elena Baltacha has died, Consultant Medical Oncologist Dr Debashis Sarker speaks to the Daily Express about Liver Cancer, and the signs and symptoms to watch out for

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Pancreatic Cancer: Reducing your risk

06 May 2014

Consultant Oncologist Dr Nick Maisey speaks to Female First about Pancreatic Cancer, the signs and symptoms, and how we can try to reduce our risk

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Pancreatic Cancer: Know the signs

01 May 2014

Recent reports suggest that 50% of people diagnosed with cancer will survive for at least 10 years. But when it comes to people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, this number is dramatically reduced to 1%. Consultant Oncologist Dr Nick Maisey speaks to The Express about the symptoms we should all be looking out for

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