About Dr Guy

Dr Guy Hingston is a respected surgical oncologist, author and speaker. He has a passionate interest in preventive health and travels speaking and lecturing on this topic to business people, schools, medical colleagues and other groups. His powerful message is drawn from his many years’ experience as a surgical oncologist who has specialised in breast reduction and reconstructive surgery.

See his new preventive health Youtube video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF9nRL63Gyc

Guy recently published two health service manuals -

  • “The Gold Book for Men – Men’s Service Manual for Life”
  • “The Gold Book for Women – Women’s Service Manual for Life”.

These ground-breaking new preventive healthcare tools, along with their supported website www.gold-book.net, are aimed at those who want to increase their lifelong health. These have helped place Guy in demand as a speaker.

Guy completed his Royal Australasian College of Surgery Fellowship in Brisbane in 1997 and has since sub-specialised in breast surgery. He became a full member of the Breast Section of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 1998 and is a Foundation Member of BreastSurgANZ.

In 2003, Guy decided to move with his family to the North Coast of New South Wales and now heads a busy surgical clinic catering for a large number of women who need breast reduction and reconstruction surgery, as well as many other breast health needs of women of the North Coast, including breast cancer management. He also lectures in surgery, breast cancer and preventive health at the University of NSW Rural Clinical School.

Other Publications

MammaPrint Decision Analytic Protocol for Medical Services Advisory Committee.
See http://www.msac.gov.au/internet/msac/publishing.nsf/Content/1376-public.

70 gene risk stratification, 80 gene molecular subtyping and 3 gene receptor analysis via mRNA microarray breast cancer genomic testing.
Guy Hingston, Stephen Begbie, Carla Gillespie.
Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, Jul 16, 2014 – (2014), Abstracts Listing. 10: 35–39.

Oncoplastic breast surgery in Australia & New Zealand – 2014 and beyond.
Michael Yunaev, Guy Hingston. Gland Surg 2014 Feb; 3(1): 77-80

70 gene risk stratification, 80 gene molecular subtyping and 3 gene receptor analysis via mRNA microarray breast cancer genomic testing.
Guy Hingston, Stephen Begbie, Carla Gillespie. MOGA 2014 ASM Poster.

Oncoplastic Breast Surgery – a Regional Australian 2012 Fellowship Experience.
Michael Yunaev, Guy Hingston. ANZ J Surg 83 (2013) 624–629)

We don’t need a pilot bowel cancer screening program– please just get on with it!
Guy Hingston NZMJ 2010 Jun 25;123(1317):79-80. Epub 2010 Jun 25.

Fifteen years of bowel cancer screening policy in Australia: putting evidence into practice?
Hingston GR     Med J Aust 2010; 193 (10): 621-623

Accuracy of intraoperative frozen-section analysis of axillary nodes.
Hingston GR, Cooke TG, Going JJ, Simon R, Flett MM
Br J Surg. 1999 Aug;86(8):1092; discussion 1092-3.

Chest Wall Tuberculosis.
Darrilyn Greenberg, Guy Hingston, John Harman
Breast J 1999 Jan;5(1):60-62

Casebook – The Assessment of the Breast Lump.
Guy Hingston, Jackie Blue, John Harman. New Ethicals Journal.  Feb 1999, Vol 2 No 2, pp 41-43.

Risk Factors for Breast Cancer – Putting them into Perspective.
Guy Hingston, Jackie Blue, John Harman. New Ethicals Journal.  May 1998, Vol 1 No 5, pp 13-17.

An audit of pancreastic pseudocyst management and the role of endoscopic pancreatography
Bradley Ng, Brendon Murray, Guy Hingston, John A. Windsor.
Aust N Z J Surg. 1998 Dec;68(12):847-51.

The iliopubic tract: an important anatomical landmark in surgery
Laurence Teoh, Guy Hingston, Saad Ali, Brenda Dawson, John A. Windsor.
J Anat. 1999 Jan;194 ( Pt 1):137-41.

Ramstedt’s Pyloromyotomy – What is the correct incision?
Guy Hingston. New Zealand Medical Journal. Vol. 109, No. 1026, pp. 276-8   26 July 1996

Lap Seat Belt Injuries
Guy Hingston. New Zealand Medical Journal. Vol. 109, No. 1027, pp. 301-2   9 August 1996