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It is generally understood that the earlier a cancer is diagnosed the better the prognosis of the patient. Late diagnosis is a major factor contributing to poor survival rates in England. Part of the issue is that cancer diagnosis can often be missed. The National Awareness and Early Detection Initiative has been set up to ensure that the commitments in the CRS are turned into reality.
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