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The menopause is a natural part of the ageing process for a woman.  The ovaries over time, lose function, with depletion of eggs and decrease in hormone production, particularly oestrogen meaning your periods will stop. If you have your ovaries removed, you will immediately become menopausal. read more about Your guide to the menopause
Breast cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers among women – with 1 in 8 British women being diagnosed at some point in their life. The vast majority of women who get breast cancer are post-menopausal and in their 50s, but it can affect women of any age.  read more about Triple assessment: the gold standard of breast screening
Macular degeneration, often also referred to as age related macular degeneration, is a long term disease of the macular. The macular is the small, central part of the retina at the back of the eye that’s responsible for the clear, central vision in your direct line of sight. read more about What is macular degeneration and how is it best treated?
Getting a prostate cancer diagnosis can be a frightening experience but minimally-invasive treatments such as Nanoknife offer hope of rapid recovery and continued quality of life read more about Expert interview: NanoKnife with Mark Emberton
In 2017 I was diagnosed with prostate cancer – low/medium grade with a Gleason score of 3/4. It was initially suggested that I watch and wait, but my Dad had died of prostate cancer so I wanted to know what treatment options were available. read more about Patient stories: pioneering NanoKnife procedure treats prostate cancer
Do you experience persistent acid reflux? Have conventional treatments such as medications failed to help, or even worsened your symptoms? LINX surgery may be the option for you. read more about Acid reflux surgery: why choose LINX?
More and more of us are enjoying the benefits and freedom of running outside, especially since the coronavirus pandemic has meant that many of us have been spending more time outdoors. Running is free, requires no equipment, can be done anywhere, at any time and is a great way to burn calories, manage your weight and get fit. read more about The beginner’s guide to running
The idea of major knee surgery can put golfers off seeking help for knee pain but using the latest surgical techniques, Professor David Barrett, Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon at King Edward VII’s Hospital, says players can be back on form in a matter of weeks read more about When pain stops play: common knee injuries in golfers
When Lucy O’Connor suffered complications from a surgery, she turned to King Edward VII’s Hospital to make sure she had the correct treatment that enabled a full recovery. read more about Patient stories: road to recovery
In this article, we speak to King Edward VII’s Hospital consultant, Professor David Barrett, about getting back into your favourite sport after lockdown and how to avoid potential injuries. read more about Avoiding tennis injuries