Oncoplastic breast surgeon, Mr Abdul Kasem is based at King's College Hospital NHS Trust and has specialist expertise in breast screening, family history risk assessment, rapid assessment of breast lumps, and the management of benign breast disease and breast cancer. His special interests are in breast cancer surgery, breast reconstruction surgery, and breast aesthetic surgery. Mr Kasem is part of a highly qualified multidisciplinary team providing patients with comprehensive, holistic care. He is able to perform a number of surgeries including breast cancer surgery, mastectomy, breast lumpectomy, breast reduction, breast uplift, and breast augmentation.
Mr Kasem trained at the Princess Royal University Hospital within the Breast Oncoplastic Unit before completing a secondment with the oncoplastic breast surgery team at the Royal Marsden Hospital. He then joined South-East London Breast Cancer Screening at King's College University Hospital and the oncoplastic surgery team at St Thomas' Hospital to perform the breast oncology procedures for breast cancer patients. In 2014, Mr Kasem was awarded the annual award for outstanding patient experience.
Mr Kasem is continually learning and has attended the European Institute of Oncology as well as a number of international oncoplastic breast surgery centres. Throughout his career, he has published several articles in medical journals on the topics of breast care, breast surgery and breast cancer management. Mr Kasem also currently works as an honorary senior clinical lecturer at King’s College Medical School.