London Breast Meeting 2018

Common Problems in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery
5th-8th September 2018 | Royal College of Physicians | London

Thank you to everyone who attended London Breast Meeting 2018 – it was a complete sell-out, with almost 500 people attending across the 4 days, from 49 different countries.

If you couldn’t join us in London, you can watch the videos of all the presentations online by registering through the LBM Online Broadcast website: http://live.londonbreastmeeting.com.

Take a look at our Twitter feed for a snapshot of the meeting: #2018LBM

We hope to see you back in London next year for London Breast Meeting 2019:
Best Practice in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery - 4-7 September 2019.

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Yours sincerely,
Professor Jian Farhadi & Professor Jaume Masia

Partnership with Barcelona Breast Meeting

We have teamed up with Barcelona Breast Meeting to offer a 25% discount for all those attending both LBM 2018 and BBM 2018. Email: lisa.freeman@markallengroup.com for more information.


News articles resulting from the ALCL Panel Discussion at London Breast Meeting 2018

Women face new cancer risk after breast implant surgery

Breast cancer survivors undergoing reconstructive surgery are not being warned that their implants may lead to them developing the disease again.
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Breast implant cancer risks: are women aware?

A cancer associated with breast implants, that has led to deaths, must be better diagnosed and reported to regulators, warn global experts at the London Breast Meeting 2018.
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Women not warned of breast implant cancer risks, claim top surgeons

Breast surgeons across the UK must ensure women are aware of BIA-ALCL, a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (a rare form of cancer) that is associated with implants; and more responsibility must be taken to diagnose and report cases, surgeons attending the 2018 London Breast Meeting have warned.
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Women not warned of breast implant cancer risks say top surgeons

A cancer associated with breast implants must be better diagnosed and reported to regulators, global experts have warned.
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Women not warned about cancer associated with breast implants

Breast surgeons across the UK must ensure women are aware of BIA-ALCL, a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (a rare form of cancer) that is associated with implants; and more responsibility must be taken to diagnose and report cases, surgeons attending the 2018 London Breast Meeting have warned.
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