The Harley Street Breast Clinic

Routine and rapid breast screening with same-day diagnosis, advice and treatments for all breast problems.

3rd Floor, 148 Harley Street, London, W1G 7LG

Breast Cancer Screening

The treatment of breast cancer is more effective if the breast problem is caught in the early stages, this is the rationale behind breast screening.

Mammography is the only method of breast screening that is proven to be clinically effective. Breast screening is provided by the National Health Service 3 yearly for all UK women aged between 50-70. These results normally take 2 weeks to arrive.

Digital mammographic screening is available at The Harley Street Breast Clinic, with results posted in around 2 working days. If you require further tests after the screening mammogram, one of our medical team will call you to explain exactly what is required and answer your questions. She will book you for an appoinment for the one stop breast clinic to see a Breast Consultant and further imaging, whereby you will recieve results on the day.

Breast screening is also effective between the ages of 40-50, and over 70, though mammograms should be carried out more often, at least once every two years.

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  • Breast Cancer Information

    Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in the UK and will affect around 1 in 8 women at sometime during their life.

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  • Breast Cancer Screening

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  • Breast Radiotherapy

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  • Diagnosis & Treatment

    Take time to talk things over with the leading experts

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  • Ductal Carcinoma In-Situ

    Ductal Carcinoma-in situ is the name given to pre-cancerous changes in the breast. This is the stage before breast cancer and is different from breast cancer.

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  • Mammographic Screening

    A mammogram every one to two years will give the best protection by diagnosing very early stage breast cancer.

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  • Reconstructive Surgery

    Every woman who is having a mastectomy has the option of breast reconstructive surgery. It is only very rarely that a breast reconstruction is not advisable. Breast reconstructive surgery can often be carried out at the same time as the mastectomy.

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  • Surgical Treatments

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  • Symptoms of Breast Cancer

    Breast Lump, Change of breast shape, Nipple Discharge, Nipple Inversion, Skin Changes, Skin Ulceration, Breast Pain, Changes on a Mammogram.

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Contact our Breast Care Team

If you would like to refer a patient to the clinic or require further information on the services offered then please call our Breast Care Team on +44 (0)20 7908 6071 or fill out the contact form below:

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