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Five things you need to know about breast cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. To mark the campaign, Mr Zaker Ullah, a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast and General Surgeon at The Holly, shares five things you need to know, including information on how to spot the signs and what you should do.
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Making a difference: Our Rapid Access Breast Clinic

At award-winning The Holly Private Hospital in Buckhurst Hill, cancer care has continued throughout the pandemic. Sally Shanley, Breast Care Nurse Specialist at The Holly, discusses the hospital’s cancer services and talks through the innovative One-stop Breast Clinic.
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‘Frozen shoulder’ is a debilitating condition where your shoulder becomes painful and stiff. But how does this condition come about and what can be done to treat it? What are the tell-tale signs that you may have frozen shoulder? And what else do you need to know about this little-known condition? Dr James Sarkodieh, Consultant Radiologist at The Holly Private Hospital, takes a closer look.
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Rectal bleeding (bleeding from the bottom)

Rectal bleeding is the passage of blood from the bottom. Most rectal bleeding is not a cause for concern. In some cases, however, the rectal bleeding can be heavy, troublesome or linked to a more serious condition such as bowel cancer. Mr Nadeem Ashraf, Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon at The Holly Private Hospital, answers your frequently asked questions about rectal bleeding.