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27
FEB
2018

London Breast Meeting 2018 – Common Problems in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery

Breast Meeting 2018

Common Problems in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery

5-8 September 2018, Royal College of Physicians, London

www.londonbreastmeeting.com

The international London Breast Meeting has established itself as an essential meeting in the academic calendar, aiming to deliver an inspiring and thought-provoking programme in oncological, reconstructive and aesthetic breast surgery

This year we will be focusing on the common problems in the field and how these can be resolved, including the topics of breast oncology, oncoplastic surgery, implant-based reconstruction, autologous reconstruction, ALCL and aesthetic breast surgery.

Click here to view the programme.

The programme has been organised by Co-Chairs, Professor Jian Farhadi, Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London & Professor Jaume Masia, Chief of Plastic Surgery Department, Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona.

We are delighted to confirm the following international Faculty:

Chris Andree Germany, Phillip Blondeel Belgium, Christian Bonde Denmark, David Chang USA, Daniel Del Vecchio USA, Gregory Evans USA, Florian Fitzal Austria, Eduardo Gonzalez Argentina, Dennis Hammond USA, JP Hong South Korea, Tari King USA, Michael Knauer Switzerland, Tibor Kovacs UK, Nicolas Leymarie France, Albert Losken USA, Fiona MacNeill UK , Patrick Maxwell UK, Nigel Mercer UK, Goo-Hyun Mun South Korea, Alexandre Munhoz Brazil, Peter Neligan USA, Sarah Pinder UK, Andrea Pusic USA, Richard Rainsbury UK, Arturo Ramirez-Montañana Mexico, Alberto Rancati Argentina, Michael Saint-Cyr USA, Marzia Salgarello Italy, Eric Santamaria Mexico, Isabelle Sarfati France, Hyung-Bo Sim South Korea, Mark Smith USA, Koenraad van Landuyt Belgium, Marcella Sanchez Vargas Colombia, Walter Weber Switzerland

For more information please visit our website: www.londonbreastmeeting.com

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UKAAPS was formed to play a fundamental role in educating the public on the benefits and risks associated with Plastic Surgery. UKAAPS is the only UK association whose membership is only available to fully accredited plastic surgeons that practice non-surgical aesthetics and aesthetic/cosmetic surgery.

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