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

News and Articles

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. The good news about breast cancer is that treatment is very effective and most women who develop breast cancer will be permanently cured following the correct treatment.

  • Novel Genomic Test
    Thursday 14th June 2012

    Unilabs IHS, a leading supplier of cellular pathology services in the UK, announced today that its patients will now have access to the Oncotype DX breast cancer test at their partner clinics and hospitals, including the The Harley Street Breast Clinic in London.

  • Care Quality Commission Accreditation
    Friday 18th May 2012

    The Harley Street Breast Clinic completed the national CQC accreditation inspection in April 2012.

  • Professor Ian Fentiman, Consultant Breast Surgeon
    Tuesday 10th April 2012

    The Harley Street Breast Clinic is delighted to welcome Professor Ian Fentiman who joined us in May 2012

  • New Consultant Breast Surgeon Mr Tibor Kovacs
    Wednesday 14th March 2012

    We are pleased to announce that Mr Tibor Kovacs, Consultant Breast and Oncoplastic Surgeon has joined our clinical team at The Harley Street Breast Clinic.

  • Removal of cancerous tumours in the breast
    Friday 24th February 2012

    Surgical removal of the cancerous tumour in the breast improves survival in patients with spread to other organs – Although many patients who are diagnosed with breast cancer have early stage disease with only a cancerous lump in their breast and no sign of spread elsewhere, some patients are found to have spread to other organs such as the bones, lungs and liver.

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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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