Dr Hywel Cooper

Dr Hywel Cooper

Consultant Dermatologist

MRCP, BM, BMedSci, Int Dip Acu

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I specialise in skin disease including skin cancer, chronic skin disease, connective tissue diseases and drug allergy. I perform skin surgery including skin cancer, lumps and bumps, skin lesion/blemish removal as well as injection treatment for hyperhidrosis.

I graduated in 1996 with a distinction in primary Bachelor of Medicine at Southampton Medical School and obtained an additional BioMedical Science degree in 1995. I hold an international diploma in Acupuncture from Changchun University Medical School, China since 1992. Having gained my MRCP in 2000 I began my career in dermatology that year.

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Hywel Cooper at Spire include:


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Additional information

Inflammatory skin disease
Skin cancer

General inflammatory dermatology, drug allergy and autoimmune skin disease, skin cancer and lesion removal (cosmetic), photodynamic therapy and hyperhidrosis.

I have spent 2 years in a laboratory researching who and why people get reactions to medications with publications in leading journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine.

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Dear doctor, I'm worried about a mole on my back. How do I know if it's dangerous?

Dear doctor, what can I do to prevent the risk of skin cancer while enjoying the sun?

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