Q&A: Professor Malcolm Carruthers
Adjunct professor in the Alzheimer’s and ageing department at Edith Cowan University and founder of the Centre For Men’s Health talks about the little understood area of testosterone resistance
State-of-the-art digestive centre launches in the Harley Street Medical Area
A brand new centre of excellence for gastroenterology launched this week, providing Londoners with access to a range of high quality digestive services all under one roof.
Q&A: Dr Bill Frankland
Dr William Frankland has lived an extraordinary life. He has survived a Japanese prisoner of war camp in Singapore, suffered from self-induced anaphylaxis, and worked alongside some of the most famous —and infamous— characters of the 20th century.
Cancer Masterclass, Lung cancer and respiratory symptoms
This event has been designed specifically for GPs to support them in the early diagnosis of lung cancer and respiratory conditions.
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Harley Street Hero - Sir William Jenner (1815 - 1898)
Harley Street resident William Jenner is perhaps best known for discovering the difference between typhus and typhoid, but he was also physician-in-ordinary to Queen Victoria.
Middle East health market leads the way for UK clinics
The Harley Street Medical Area will be returning to Arab Health 2018 to showcase their skill as part of the ABHI UK Pavilion.
Q&A Dr George Webster
Dr George Webster, consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist at The London Clinic, on how treatment of conditions affecting the bile duct has been transformed by next-generation endoscope technology