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Changing the way we support them is a priority – both in meeting unmet needs, and ensuring that we can meet the increasing demand financially.
The National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI)|, a partnership between Macmillan and the Department of Health, with support from NHS Improvement, has been working to develop innovative solutions to these issues.
People living with and beyond cancer: taking actions to improve outcomes| is a new report intended to support commissioners, providers and others to take the actions necessary to drive improved cancer survivorship outcomes. It sets out what we have learned about survivorship, including interventions to meet needs that have been tested and are ready to be spread across England.
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