Home Fees

Milestone Wellbeing and Cancer screening: £2400

  • Health screening questionnaire to be completed prior to assessment
  • One-hour deep – dive consultation reviewing your history and physical examination including blood pressure, pulse rate and rhythm, oxygen levels, heart and lung examination, abdominal examination and central and peripheral nervous system. Breast examination in women and prostate examination in men
  • Comprehensive blood tests, stool sampling checking for blood and urine analysis. 
  • ECG
  • Whole-body MRI scanning at the world- leading Paul Strickland Centre and discussion with Consultant radiologist after the scan to go through the results.
  • Follow up appointment to go through all the results; a full written report provided.

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Lifestyle Tips

Best practices to reduce cancer risk

3 Aug 2021

Episode 217 - Shonella Singh: Best practices to reduce cancer risk

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Prostate Cancer

24 Jun 2021

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. 1 in 8 men will develop cancer in their lifetime. It predominantly affects men over the age of 50 and AGE is one of the biggest risk factors, however the risk becomes higher for those with a family

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What is Whole Body MRI Scanning

7 Jun 2021

Dr Amish Lakhani is a Consultant Oncological and Genitourinary Radiologist at Paul Strickland Scanner Centre, Mount Vernon Hospital and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, and co-lead Whole Body MRI reporter for Measure Health.

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Inhaling smoke is bad for you… yes that includes...

17 Apr 2021

We all know that smoking increases the risk of cancer, but it seems there is a blind spot with other ways of inhaling smoke like shisha. Remember its not just the tobacco that is the problem, wherever there is smoke, there are other harmful chemicals

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Men- examine yourselves!

14 Mar 2021

MEN - examine yourselves! We talk a lot about the importance about self- examination of breasts in women and yet, much less is spoken about the importance of self-examination of the testicles in men. Why is that?

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