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Britain Against Cancer, hosted by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer (APPGC), is one of the largest conferences of its kind in the UK and is an annual fixture in the Westminster calendar.
Former Health Secretary Andrew Lansley MP addressing the conference in 2011
The Britain Against Cancer conference provides an exciting opportunity for:
To discuss the most pressing issues in cancer policy. Delegates have the chance to hear from, and question, the key decision makers in healthcare.
More information on the APPGC, which hosts the conference, is available here.
Here you can find information on the sessions which have taken place at previous conferences.
In 2011, the conference focused on the theme of Achieving quality: Getting cancer services right in the new NHS.
Britain Against Cancer 2010 included sessions on end of life care and survivorship.
Find notes on sessions from past Britain Against Cancer conferences using the links below
Informative and well worth attending. 2011 delegate
Informative and well worth attending.
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