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Date / Time 27/01/2021
6:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Event Location Celtic Springs, Spooner Cl, Newport, South Wales, NP10 8FZ, South Wales

An online learning opportunity about breast cancer. For GPs and medical professionals – Join us on Wednesday 27 January at 18:45

Presenting will be Mr Charlie Chan, Consultant General Surgeon specialising in Breast Surgery.

Event agenda: 

  • 18:45: Introductions and welcome
  • 18:50 – 19:45: Mr Charlie Chan, Consultant General Surgeon: breast cancer discussion
  • 19:45 – 20:00: Q&A session

Note: This event is intended for GPs and medical professionals.

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Our guest speaker:

Charlie Chan – Consultant Breast Surgeon

Mr Charlie Chan is a Consultant General Surgeon with a special interest in breast disease, skin cancer, and soft tissue tumours. He also has a varied practice in general surgery. He has extensive research interests and is currently involved in the Trial Management Group for 4 large UK breast cancer trials. Charlie Chan carries out 30 to 40 major breast reconstructions a year, as well as cosmetic breast procedures. Amongst his breast cancer patients, he is normally able to conserve the breast in 70-75% of his patients.

He has written breast cancer guidelines for the Association of Breast Surgeons, organised national cancer surgery meetings for the British Association Of Surgical Oncology, and reviews oncology education across Europe for the Accreditation Council of Oncology in Europe. He also contributes to articles that are placed in national news such as the Sunday Telegraph, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, as well as local press and radio; all in the cause of raising awareness about breast cancer.

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