London & Kent based
Urology Consultant specialising in Robotic Surgery for Prostate Cancer

One of the UK's most experienced Robotic Prostate Cancer Surgeons

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Free Video Consultations

If you have been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer and want to discuss your options in detail we offer a free video Consultation with Mr Eddy to discuss whether Robotic Surgery would be suitable for you. There is no obligation for any follow-up consultation or treatment, it is simply an opportunity for you to see if you believe Ben Eddy would be a good fit for your treatment journey.

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National Award Winner and Trainer

In 2017 Ben was awarded the prestigious John Anderson national award by the British Association of Urological Surgeons for the quality of this service. This had not been previously awarded to a UK prostate cancer robotic surgeon.

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Over 1400 Robotic Prostatectomy's Performed

Ben Eddy has performed around 1400 Robotic Prostatectomy operations and has presented the results of his own series of over 1000 consecutive Robotic Prostate Operations both nationally and internationally, something only a handful of international surgeons have achieved and quite unique to the UK.

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Robotic
Prostatectomy

Prostate Cancer is a very common problem in the UK. Over 45,000 new men a year are being diagnosed. Overall it is one of the most common cancers diagnosed. If picked up early it is very treatable.

Robotic Prostatectomy is the main Surgical Treatment for Prostate cancer.

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Latest news

Potential breakthrough as discovery of bacteria linked to prostate cancer

By Mr Ben Eddy | April 28, 2022

This week a group from Norfolk and Norwich have published their work looking at the association of bacteria within the…

@DrBenEddy @AmerUrological @MarkTysonMD Hi @DrBenEddy as a non robotic surgeon, as you know, I saw the headline data for iROC - a two day difference out of hospital in 80 odd days, and wonder how relevant this is to patients for the cost to the system… if it’s clinically effective, is it cost effective? Just asking!

F1 Silverstone crash Zhou Guanyu hits barrier https://youtube.com/shorts/RoI8O5VyAhM?feature=share via @YouTube

We have some TUF places available for The Big Half on 4 September - this 13.1 mile course is run over a closed course starting by Tower Bridge & finishing in Greenwich. If interested in taking a place and raising money for @TUF_tweets please email swyman@theurologyfoundation.org