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Areas of Expertise
Mr Neil Johns carries out a number of procedures including:
- Breast surgery
- Oncoplastic breast surgery
- Partial breast reconstruction
- Breast reconstruction
- Risk reducing breast surgery
- Sentinel node biopsy
- Wide local excision
- Axillary clearance
He also treats a number of conditions including:
- Breast cancer
- Breast disease
- Benign breast disease
- Hereditary breast cancer
- Breast lumps
- Breast Pain
- Nipple discharge
Mr Johns is an exceptional consultant, not just for his excellent surgical skill but also for his wonderful interpersonal and communication skills. Throughout my breast care journey he helped to make understanding the whole process very straightforward. He combined the skill of being simultaneously reassuring with being realistic. I was in the fortunate position of having choices regarding surgery. He listened to my concerns and helped me through the benefits and limitations of each with great kindness. This helped me a lot to reach my own decision. Throughout my experience I felt in very safe hands and I have no hesitation in warmly recommending Mr Neil Johns to anyone facing breast care surgery.
Written by a patient at Queen Elizabeth II Hospital
9th December 2020
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Autologous Breast Reconstruction Using the Immediately Lipofilled Extended Latissimus Dorsi Flap
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Should patients with early breast cancer still be offered the choice of breast conserving surgery or mastectomy?
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Estimation of tumour size by imaging and excision in breast conserving surgery for breast cancer
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