Britain Against Cancer
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.
Britain Against Cancer 2014
The APPGC will be hosting this year’s Britain Against Cancer, which will look at the vital progress made towards the recommendations in Cancer across the Domains as well as the upcoming General Election, on Tuesday 9 December 2014 at Central Hall, Westminster. Tickets will go on sale in early September: sign up to our newsletter to make sure you don’t miss your chance to attend.
About the conference
The Britain Against Cancer conference provides an exciting opportunity for:
Third sector professionals
Social care professionals
Representatives from think tanks
To discuss the most pressing issues in cancer policy. Delegates have the chance to hear from, and question, the key decision makers in healthcare.
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer would like to thank the supporters of the Britain Against Cancer Conference 2013, which include pharmaceutical companies. All supporters have a medical expertise and commercial interest in cancer, but have had no involvement in the programme of the conference.
Britain Against Cancer 2013
A big thank you to all delegates, sponsors, speakers and exhibitors who helped make Britain Against Cancer such a successful event.
It was the largest conference to date, providing an important platform for people with an interest in cancer to discuss the new NHS and what it should do to prioritise cancer services and outcomes. If you couldn’t make it to the conference, you can find out what was said in our summaries of all sessions.
At Britain Against Cancer 2013, the APPGC launched its latest report, Cancer across the Domains. The report, as the result of a year-long programme of research and consultation, maps out the priorities for NHS England across the entire cancer journey. Click here to read the Cancer Across the Domains report [PDF].
Find out more about our Cancer Across the Domains project here.