Minimally invasive surgery for patients with kidney cancer
Welcome to the home of Robotic Kidney Surgery. This site is dedicated to providing you with all the information you need to make an informed choice on surgical procedures available to treat kidney cancer.
Neil Barber specialises in kidney and adrenal surgery and was an integral member of the team that successfully introduced the first Da Vinci Robotic System to the home counties, providing a unique regional service in performing robotic assisted partial or radical nephrectomy, nephro-ureterectomy, adrenalectomy and pyeloplasty.
Having completed a fellowship in robotic and laparoscopic kidney surgery at Frimley Park Hospital, Muddassar Hussain also works with Neil Barber in the Urology team and performs robotic assisted kidney surgery for his patients in Surrey and in London at HCA Princess Grace Hospital.
Unfortunately, the incidence of kidney cancers continues to increase across the modern world, but thankfully a significant proportion of these new tumours are detected incidentally and are very small in size. For those where there is more advanced disease, there is an increasing number of effective chemotherapy treatments available. As a result, the management of kidney or renal cancer has become increasingly specialised.
Latest News & Blogs
Kidney Cancer drug approved for use in NHS England
- 13 July 2017
Treating Kidney Cancer doesn't always come with an easy answer and the latest news from NHS England to approve this drug offers patients greater choice in their treatment.Read More
BBC Hospital episode on kidney surgery
- 02 March 2017
For the past 6 weeks the BBC have showing their documentary called Hospital. Following Imperial College Hospitals in London, it shows us the day to day decisions made in our hospitals and the impact on the NHS daily. The last episode has some fabulous footage ...Read More