Mr Giles Cunnick

Giles Cunnick was appointed Consultant Breast/General Surgeon at Wycombe Hospital in 2004. He trained in London, working at the Royal Marsden, St. Thomas’ and St. George’s Hospitals. He has carried out research into the biology of breast cancer, for which he was awarded a doctorate and Hunterian Professorship by the Royal College of Surgeons. He has published many papers on breast disease and has presented his work nationally and internationally. Mr Cunnick has a particular interest in breast cancer, including oncoplastic surgery and reconstruction. His other interest is sentinel node surgery, including intra-operative analysis. He deals with all aspects of breast disease and carries out breast augmentations and reductions. Mr Cunnick is the lead clinician for breast cancer in the Buckinghamshire Hospitals NHS Trust. Since 2006 he has been the lead Quality Assurance Surgeon for the South Central Region and is also on the National Committee for the Association of Breast Surgeons.

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