Honorary

Professor Paul Mitrofanoff was a Paediatric Consultant Urologist and he created the Mitrofanoff procedure in 1976. The procedure was developed to help give individuals a better quality of life when suffering with incontinence and incomplete bladder emptying.

Paul retired in 2000 and is enjoying his retirement with his family living just outside Paris.

In February 2013 after he had been surfing the internet, Paul contacted us to congratulate us on launching the Charity, representing the interests of those living with a Mitrofanoff and for raising more awareness of the procedure.

Paul attended a Patient Education Day in London on 28th September 2013 “I am very impressed by the wonderful day that was organised. I am very happy to have been there to see the warm ties between all participants and hopefully given them the pleasure to meet myself! The book of messages is especially precious to me and I am very proud of all the kind words. Thank you.”