Ian Paterson was sentenced to 20 years in jail after carrying out needless surgery on patients who were left traumatisedRead the full story ›
Cancer survivors wrongly operated on by disgraced breast surgeon Ian Paterson want his old bosses to check former patients are contacted.Read the full story ›
Two senior doctors who blew the whistle on disgraced breast surgeon Ian Paterson have told ITV he could have been stopped much earlier.Read the full story ›
The disgraced breast surgeon exaggerated the risk of cancer to hundreds of patients so he could perform unnecessary operations.Read the full story ›
A jury has been sent out to consider verdicts in the trial of a breast surgeon accused of wounding 10 patients after allegedly carrying out a series of "completely unnecessary" operations.
Ian Paterson lied to his alleged victims, "exaggerating or quite simply inventing the risk of cancer" and claimed payments for more expensive procedures, Nottingham Crown Court has heard.
The seven-week trial heard the 59-year-old's alleged motives were "obscure", but may have included a desire to "earn extra money".
Scottish-born Paterson, of Castle Mill Lane, Ashley, Altrincham, Greater
Manchester, denies 20 counts of wounding with intent against nine women and one man relating to procedures he carried out between 1997 and 2011.
Victims breast was "black and rotting" following operation. She went to hospital 94 times in the following year as part of her recovery.Read the full story ›
Lawyers acting for women who had unnecessary breast surgery now say they're acting for a male patient who had 13 unnecessary colon operations performed by the same surgeon.
Ian Paterson is under investigation for surgery performed on NHS and private patients over several years.
Mark Gough reports.
Hundreds of breast cancer patients are being asked to take part in a review of care at a hospital where a surgeon allegedly performed botched operations. Mr. Ian Paterson has been suspended by the General Medical Council.
The independent review will be carried out by the man who chaired the inquiry into the children's heart scandal in Bristol and led the Commons expenses watchdog.
For more information on the review see www.breastcarereview.co.uk
Rebecca Brown, a solicitor from Russell Jones & Walker (part of Slater & Gordon Lawyers), has told ITV News that the victims of 'unnecessary' breast operations are positive about the opening of an inquiry into the treatments performed by Ian Paterson and how health chiefs managed complaints.
More than 700 patients who were treated at Solihull Hospital are now being urgently referred to specialists for new examinations.