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Professor Christopher Eden named in ‘Best Urologists in Britain’ guide

We’re delighted to announce that Professor Christopher Eden has been named in the Daily Mail’s Best Urologists in Britain guide.

This guide comes out approximately once every eight years and is a result of surveying 40 prostate cancer surgeons from around the country on who they consider to have the best technique, deepest experience and most importantly, the most impressive patient results in terms of continence and potency. Christopher is no stranger to this list (having featured on the previous guide in 2010).

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