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Over the past year Macmillan has been busy influencing the development of the Cancer Reform Strategy (CRS).
We're delighted that as a result of our work the needs and experiences of people affected by cancer are at the heart of the CRS.
The CRS sets out the future direction of cancer services in England up until 2012.
The strategy should make a real difference to the care, support and treatment of the one in three people who will be diagnosed with the disease in the next five years.
We particularly welcome:
In many ways the hard work starts now. We need to make sure the strategy doesn't remain as simply words on a page. Macmillan will be working in partnership with the government, NHS, other charities and people affected by cancer to ensure these excellent initiatives are properly implemented.
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