Cancer52 Parliamentary reception – House of Commons – 10th December 2014

NHS England’s announcement will improve earlier diagnosis

On Wednesday 10th December 2014, I attended a Parliamentary reception in Dining Room A in the House of Commons, organised by Cancer52, at which John Baron MP, the Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer (APPGC) addressed the meeting. Cancer52 is a coalition of more than 80 charities representing rare and less common cancers. The purpose of the reception was to raise the profile of these cancers which, despite the name, taken together account for half of all UK cancer deaths – as many as the ‘big four’ (breast, prostate, lung and bowel cancer) put together. Invited delegates were able to collect information, talk to fellow delegates about their own experiences and to meet with MPS from their respective constituencies, about rare and less common cancers. Read More


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