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Young surgeons honour for top trainer

09 July 2019

Foot and ankle specialist Mr Tarek El Gamal, who practices at Spire Parkway Hospital, was voted Trainer of the Year by trainee surgeons throughout Warwickshire and Coventry.

Young surgeons honour for top trainer

May is Skin Cancer Awareness month

01 May 2019

Melanoma is the most deadly form of skin cancer. It can appear as a new mole or an existing mole that changes in size, shape or colour - left untreated it can spread to other parts of the body. As part of Skin Cancer Awareness Month Dr Joanna Gach, Consultant Dermatologist at Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull gives advice on how you could spot moles on your skin.

May is Skin Cancer Awareness month

Couple plan charity ball as thank you for free cancer check

24 April 2019

When Peter Constable attended a free prostate cancer check at Spire Parkway Hospital, in Solihull near Birmingham West Midlands, he didn’t realise just how life-changing it would prove to be. An early discovery that he had cancer of the prostate resulted in an early and successful intervention that probably saved his life.

Couple plan charity ball as thank you for free cancer check

Time to break the silence about IBS embarrassment

01 April 2019

IBS symptoms can be very similar to more serious conditions such as Crohn's, ulcerative colitis or, in some worst case scenarios, bowel or stomach cancer. If you have had IBS symptoms for more than three weeks you need to see your GP. They will study your medical history and may also refer you to a gastroenterologist for further investigations which will hopefully rule out more ‘sinister’ conditions.

Time to break the silence about IBS embarrassment

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month runs throughout April 2019

01 April 2019

Bowel Cancer is the UK’s second biggest cancer killer - claiming a life every 30 minutes yet bowel cancer spotted early can be successfully treated in over 90% of cases. Consultant Colorectal Surgeon Mr David McArthur is calling on people to recognise the symptoms so they are able to act quickly if they spot anything out of the ordinary and stresses that early treatment could mean the difference between life and death.

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month runs throughout April 2019
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