We are specialized in innovative surgical techniques for the treatment of all gynecological cancers. Our priority is the personalization of the medical treatment for each patient.
Our medical practice, fully equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, provides the highest level of integrated services for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of gynecological diseases.
Our nurses, with kindness, respect and individual interest, reciprocate to each patient’s requirements and needs, taking care of not only their physical health but also their psychological.Read more
It is associated with a pre-existing severe cervical dysplasia caused by HPV infection.Read more
It is the first and most common type of cancer of the female reproductive system.Read more
Ovarian cysts are usually fluid-filled sacs developed on the ovaries, and one of the most common findings in women of reproductive and postmenopausal age groups.
Endometriosis is defined as the presence of endometrial mucosa implanted in locations other than the normal ones, i.e. the uterine cavity (or endometrium).
One in 2 women over the age of 40 may develop uterine fibroids. They are benign growths that develop in the wall of the uterus, ranging in size from very tiny to several inches.
Aware Hellas: Non-Profit Aware was created with the purpose to inform & support women in the prevention of chronic gynecological diseases that affect thousands of women in Greece.
Endomarch Movement for Endometriosis: More than 63 countries/cities around the world participate in the Worldwide Movement against Endometriosis, with the goal to raise awareness for the disease. Worldwide Endomarch also invited Greece to participate in this global “fight” for Endometriosis by appointing Dr. G. Hilaris as our country’s “captain”.
Since 2016, Aware has been successfully organizing the Endomarch Greece run/walk event every year. The event's purpose is of course not to celebrate the "winner" runner, but to bring people together in order to: "spread the message about Women's Health! Raise awareness, educate and 'break the silence' about Endometriosis!".
In 2009, Dr. G. Hilaris and his team performed the first ever robot-assisted surgical staging in Greece, for endometrial cancer in a 39-year-old patient.Read more
It is one of the heaviest procedures as it removes as much tumors as possible from the abdominal organs and the inner abdominal walls.Read more
The first total laparoscopic radical hysterectomy, with complete lymph node dissection, was performed in Greece in 2004 by Dr. G. Hilaris and his team.Read more
Laparoscopic surgery has gained popularity over the last decades as an alternative method for performing a multitude of procedures.Read more