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Santis - Professor Christopher Eden - Prostate Cancer Surgeon

Professor Christopher Eden

Christopher is the UK’s most experienced prostate cancer surgeon, having been the UK pioneer of keyhole surgery for this condition since 2000 and has introduced a number of technical modifications, such as the Retzius-sparing approach, that appear to lead to significantly better preservation of bladder and sexual function compared to conventional robotic surgery.

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Santis - Dr Annie Haigh - Consultant Anaesthetist

Dr Annie Haigh - Consultant Anaesthetist

Dr Haigh has worked with Professor Eden for more than 30 years and across the vast majority of his cases. She initially specialised in anaesthesia for cardiac surgery, before moving on to paediatric (children), ENT and robotic surgery.

In her other life, she is a qualified horse riding instructor and competes regularly at local and national levels.

Santis - Liv Simonsen - Consultant Anaesthetist

Liv Simonsen - Robotic Surgical Assistant

Liv initially trained as an Operating Department Practitioner, dividing her time equally between assisting surgeons and anaesthetists before specialising as a tableside robotic surgical assistant after many years as a laparoscopic surgical assistant. She has worked with Professor Eden for the last 15 years.

She has trained a large number of robotic surgical assistants herself and is one of the top 3 most experienced practitioners in the UK in this role.

Prostate Cancer Information Centre

The Prostate Cancer Information Centre is an online resource created by experts to help you understand prostate cancer better, with articles, videos and advice published several times a week.

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