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Dr Deborah Cheung is a specialist oncoplastic breast surgeon operating at the Macquarie University Hospital. She is also a visiting specialist at Breast Screen NSW and at the NSW Breast Cancer Institute, as well as being the head of breast surgery at Nepean Hospital. After obtaining her FRACS in 2001, she further advanced her skills in breast surgery, mentored by world renowned surgeons over the years. She has pioneered techniques in breast reconstruction and oncoplastic surgery and has presented at international and national breast cancer symposiums. She has long term experience in nipple sparing mastectomies and oncoplastic breast surgery integrating these seamlessly in the treatment of breast cancer. She is involved in research and teaching at University of Sydney and in Macquarie University.
Her breast surgery unit has been endorsed by Cancer Council to be the leading unit in NSW in the rate of breast reconstruction. She is committed to optimizing breast cancer survival and is committed in delivering to her patients meticulous, individualized quality and affordable cancer care.
Dr Oh graduated from medical school at University of New South Wales and underwent surgical training at Westmead hospital. After receiving his fellowship from Royal Australasian College of Surgeons he undertook a year of fellowship in Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at Westmead Hospital. This was followed by two further years of Breast and Endocrine Surgical Fellowship at the Centre for Breast Health, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital and at Concord Repatriation General Hospital. As well as extensive training and competency in general surgical procedures including hernia and biliary surgery, he has a special interest and experience in the treatment of breast cancer and reconstruction and thyroid/parathyroid disorders. Dr Oh is a member of Breast Surgeons Australia and New Zealand.
Dr Jeremy Hsu is a general surgeon with subspecialty training in breast cancer surgery as well as trauma/surgical critical care. Dr Hsu undertook surgical training at Royal North Shore Hospital, Westmead Hospital and Nepean Hospital. He then spent a year at Harborview Medical Centre in Seattle, Washington, US, where he also completed a fellowship in trauma/surgical critical care. Following this, he completed a breast cancer surgery fellowship at the Westmead Breast Cancer Institute. It was here where he gained considerable experience in multidisciplinary cancer care, as well as advanced surgical techniques.