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Mr Jaroslaw Krupa

Jaroslaw Krupa - Breast Surgeon

Mr Krupa graduated from Medical University of Warsaw in 1995 and continued his postgraduate training at University College London Hospital and the Royal Marsden Hospital. He obtained his PhD in minimally invasive surgery and was awarded an Oncoplastic Surgery Fellowship at the National Institute of Cancer in Milan, one of Europe’s most prestigious breast cancer centres.

Mr Krupa has a special interest in the modern treatment of breast cancer, particularly in reconstruction after mastectomy as well as oncoplastic procedures allowing breast conserving surgery and excellent cosmetic outcome in breast cancer patients.  He is trained in a wide variety of procedures such as skin-sparing/reducing mastectomy, breast reduction, augmentation, mastopexy, sentinel node biopsy and various types of breast reconstruction.


Kirby, Anna M., et al.
How does knowledge of three-dimensional excision margins following breast conservation surgery impact upon clinical target volume definition for partial-breast radiotherapy?
Radiotherapy and Oncology 94.3 (2010): 292-299.

Pasnik, Krzysztof, et al.
Successful treatment of gastric fistula following rhabdomyolysis after vertical banded gastroplasty.
Obesity surgery 15.3 (2005): 428-430.

Pasnik, Krzysztof, Jaroslaw Krupa, and Edward Stanowski.
Vertical banded gastroplasty: 6 years experience at a center in Poland.
Obesity surgery 15.2 (2005): 223-227.

Paczyński, Andrzej, et al.
Extrahepatic bile duct injury during laparoscopic cholecystectomy–a survey of 6873 patients.
Med Sci Monit 8 (2002): 438-40.

Current posts:

Head of Sevice for Breast Care at Leicester’s Glenfield Hospital

Consultant Surgeon at Spire Leicester Hospital

Consultant Surgeon at Nuffield Health Leicester Hospital

Personal profile:

Mr Krupa enjoys jazz, classical music, travel, film and spending time with his young family.