Breast Care Services


The Duchess Hospital’s Integrated Breast Service offers diagnostic services, surgical oncological treatment, adjuvant therapy, breast reconstruction and lifelong monitoring of breast conditions following surgical treatment.

Our dedicated team of Consultant Breast Surgeons work closely with breast radiologists and medical and clinical oncologists to provide our patients with high quality interventions and standards of clinical governance expected of integrated breast care services anywhere in the world.

Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, as well as foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids (such as salmon and halibut), folate (such as whole grains and leafy green vegetables), and calcium (such as sea vegetables and kale), can help reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. Reducing the intake of high fat and fried foods, particularly red meats, may also protect against developing colorectal cancer.

Obese people (those with a BMI over 29) have a 20 percent increased risk of developing colorectal cancer compared to those of healthy weight. Maintaining a proper weight and exercising regularly also cuts a person’s risk of developing colorectal cancer. Even small amounts of exercise on a regular basis are protective. The American Cancer Society recommends at least 30 minutes of physical activity on most days.

Smoking and drinking alcohol significantly contribute to a person’s risk of developing colorectal cancer. There is a 72 percent increased risk for people who consume more than seven alcoholic beverages a week and a 164 percent increased risk for long-term smokers.

As part of our comprehensive approach to cancer prevention and education, Northside offers Built To Quit, a smoking and tobacco cessation program offering resources to help individuals quit smoking and stop using other tobacco products. For additional information please call 404-780-7653 or email [email protected] or click on the button below to register online for an upcoming class.