Marion Algar, MBChB, FC Rad Onc, MMed is a clinical and radiation oncologist based in private practice at Hopelands Cancer Centre in Durban. She obtained her MBChB at the University of Cape Town. She completed her oncology training at Groote Schuur Hospital/University of Cape Town. She treats a variety of cancers but has a special interest in breast cancer and the multidisciplinary approach to its management.

Brent Green graduated from the University of the Free State in 2003. After completing his community service, he returned and attained his Master’s Degree in Clinical Oncology in 2010. He entered private practice shortly thereafter and has been serving the central South African community since. Brent’s special interests include breast cancer, lymphoma, and head-and-neck cancers.

Dr Sally-Anne R Khosa is a Consultant Histopathologist with Lancet Laboratories in Johannesburg. She joined Lancet Laboratories in 2010 and, in addition to offering a comprehensive range of services in the discipline of Histopathology, currently serves as the Histopathologist responsible for overseeing the running of the Histology laboratory.

Her special interest in Breast Pathology developed during the course of her career as a Consultant Histopathologist and she is an active member of and contributor to Breast Oncology multidisciplinary teams. Participation in these meetings has in turn deepened her interest in Breast Pathology.

Dr Khosa’s journey into the discipline of Anatomical Pathology began when enrolled as a registrar in training at the University of Cape Town in 2005, where she received specialist training in Anatomical Pathology. She was later admitted as a fellow of the College of Anatomical Pathologists of South Africa in 2009. She also has an avid interest in Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pathology which developed quite early in her career, while still an Anatomical Pathology registrar in training.

Dr Khosa was born and raised in the rural township of Giyani in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. She obtained her MBBCh degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 2002. She feels her biggest challenge, without a doubt, is trying to instil morals and values whilst fostering an enduring spirit of independence in her beloved children.

Sumi Padayachee, MB BCh (Wits), DCH (SA), FC Rad (SA) DIAG, is a specialist Interventional Breast Radiologist based in private practice at Arya Stana Bone and Breast Care in Cape Town. She completed her radiology training at the University of the Witwatersrand/Gauteng Academic Hospitals.

Sumi is dedicated to excellent breast and bone healthcare and is focussed on providing her patients with the latest imaging modalities to improve and optimise early detection of Breast Cancer and Osteoporosis. She is a strong advocate of protocol-led-multidisciplinary breast care.

Cicero Urban, MD, PhD, is a Breast and Oncoplastic Surgeon. He is Co-ordinator of the Oncoplastic Division at the Center of Breast Diseases and Hospital Nossa Senhora das Graças Breast Unit in Curitiba, Brazil. He is a reviewer for numerous journals and has authored or co-authored more than 150 peer-reviewed papers, more than 80 book chapters, and had organised 6 books, 2 of them in Oncoplastic Surgery and Breast Reconstruction, which were published in several languages. He is the former Dean of Positivo University Medical School and former Editor-in-Chief of Mastology (Journal of Brazilian Society of Mastology). He is currently the Vice-President of the Brazilian Society of Mastology.