Mr Paterson - cleavage sparing mastectomy and unnecessary surgery08 November 2012
DVD - women tell of their anger at the flawed breast operations
A surgeon, Mr Ian Paterson, has been suspended by the General Medical Council while he is investigated for controversial ‘cleavage sparing’ mastectomies and unnecessary surgery.
Women tell of their anger at the flawed breast operations and solicitor Kashmir Uppal talks about the background to the cases.
Further information about Mr Ian Paterson can be found in news coverage, including Thompsons press release about the Ian Paterson cases and in the Guardian, Central News, The Times, The Daily Mail, the Birmingham Post, the Birmingham Mail, Daily Express and the Telegraph. It has also been reported on TV and radio, including BBC and Sky News.
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