Dr Alison Macbeth
The journey through breast cancer and menopause
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Dr Alison Macbeth is a Breast Speciality Doctor and accredited British Menopause Society Menopause Specialist. She has been a GP with a special interest in Women’s Health and Genito-Urinary medicine since 1999, and now spends the majority of her time specialising in Breast, Menopause and Women’s Health.
Dr Macbeth is passionate about meeting the often overlooked needs of women in all stages of treatment and recovery from breast cancer, and also those with a high risk family history.
She started a menopause clinic within her NHS breast unit after seeing patients who were now cancer free but were suffering greatly from the menopausal side effects of treatment and believes that all women, including those treated for breast cancer, deserve access to high quality, evidence-based menopause care and treatment and that every woman should be empowered to seek help and support, including those who may previously have been told they could never have HRT.
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