Public Health England could be disbanded by March 2021. Here’s what’s at stake for cancer.
Today, the Chancellor set out the UK Government’s spending priorities for the next year. Here’s what was announced today and what it could mean for cancer.
We’re calling on UK governments to stand by their commitments to improving cancer survival and make sure everyone can receive the care they deserve.
This autumn the chancellor Rishi Sunak will set out the Government’s spending priorities. Here’s why it’s time to invest in cancer services and research.
Campaigner Patrick McGuire writes to Boris Johnson about honouring his manifesto commitments in the upcoming Comprehensive Spending Review.
We’ve estimated it will cost HEE between £142 million and £260 million more than it already invests to grow the key cancer professions by 45%.
New figures released today reveal that there are around 20,000 extra cancer cases each year in more deprived areas of the UK.
Today’s new figures, from the UK’s National Cancer Research Institute, project a devastating 24% drop in the UK’s overall cancer research spending this year, driven by a 46% fall in charity sector funding.
Cancer services are beginning to get up and running across the country, but we’re still a long way from either restoring capacity or addressing the backlog of people waiting for tests and treatment.