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With thanks to our campaigners, the government announced a £200 million drug fund to help improve access to cancer drugs in England.
- a small number of people need them, which makes them more expensive
- there aren’t always enough people to take part in trials to get them approved
- they have to make sure NHS money is spent effectively, balancing the benefits of a drug against cost.
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