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Founded in 1998 to keep cancer at the top of the political agenda, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer brings together MPs and Peers to help improve cancer services. The APPG website is hosted by Macmillan Cancer Support, who also provide the Secretariat to the Group.
A big thank you to all delegates, sponsors, speakers and exhibitors who came to Britain Against Cancer 2012 and helped make it such a successful event. The conference was the largest to date, providing a platform for all those with an interest in cancer to discuss and debate the health reforms and the future of cancer services, treatment, care and policy.
Visit the Britain Against Cancer 2012 homepage| to find summaries of all sessions.
Britain Against Cancer 2013 - diary date
The 15th anniversary Britain Against Cancer conference will take place on Tuesday 10 December at Westminster Central Hall. More information will be available soon.
Find out about the officers of the APPG and the Group's aims and actions.
The APPGC launched its new report, An effective transition? Cancer commissioning in the new NHS|, at the 2012 Britain Against Cancer conference.
In 2011 the conference focussed on the theme Achieving quality – getting cancer services right in the new NHS. Find out more about the conference here|.
Read reports and minutes from our past events and find out about upcoming events.
The Secretariat to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer is provided by Macmillan Cancer Support and supported by a stakeholder group of organisations including Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Cancer Black Care, Cancer Research UK, Marie Curie Cancer Care, the Men's Health Forum, Prostate Cancer UK, the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI), the National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN), the Teenage Cancer Trust and the Rarer Cancer's Forum.
Read previous editions of our newsletter.
Visit our website for MPs and Peers, to find out how you can help with our campaigns, what services we offer, and how you can get involved with fundraising in your local area.
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