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What next for the Cancer Drugs Fund?

Category: Science Blog November 13, 2014

We look at the latest developments to the controversial Cancer Drugs Fund, which pays for patients in England to get drugs that haven’t been approved by NICE

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A new vision for the NHS: what does it mean for cancer?

Category: Science Blog October 27, 2014

We take a look at what the recently published NHS ‘Five Year Forward View’ means for cancer care within the health service in England.

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Keeping cancer on the political agenda – this year’s Party Conferences

Category: Science Blog October 20, 2014

We look back on this year’s Party Conferences, highlighting our work to keep cancer on the political agenda ahead of the next General Election.

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The Cancer Patient Experience Survey – questions have been asked…now what?

Category: Science Blog September 25, 2014

It may seem as though we’re constantly asked to give feedback – but what’s more important is knowing what’s happened as a result of our comments –...

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Saving lives and averting costs? The case for earlier diagnosis just got stronger

Category: Science Blog September 22, 2014

A guest post from Incisive Health’s Mike Birtwhistle, who has just produced a new report for Cancer Research UK on the economic impact of early diagnosis.

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Building the evidence for innovative radiotherapy

Category: Science Blog August 26, 2014

A look at a Government announcement to help fund some of our radiotherapy trials

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Prostate drug decision highlights urgent need for reform

Category: Science Blog August 15, 2014

Just a week after the controversy over breast cancer drug Kadcyla, the inflexibilities within the UK’s disparate drug approval systems have been pulled into s...

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