6 March 2013
Spire Bushey Hospital's latest developments in cancer diagnosis, interventional radiology and minimal access surgery have been reported in The Jewish Chronicle's March health supplement.
The article entitled 'Less pain, more gain: Diagnosis is becoming more accurate and treatments less invasive' looks at some of the latest, most innovative techniques offered at the hospital, including template biopsy (prostate cancer diagnosis), fibroid embolisation, endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) and neurological diagnostics.
The piece also announces the date for this year's Spire Bushey 10k run which takes place on 14 July.
Read the full article here
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