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Improvements in the early detection, intervention and management of cancer have led to a significant increase in the number of people living following a cancer diagnosis.
Recent studies have indicated that people living with cancer tend to access health services more than those with other long term conditions, due to the ongoing long term emotional, psychological and physical burden associated with cancer and its treatment. However, effective education, support, intervention, and management of this phase of their cancer journey, can result in significant improvements in the health and well being of cancer survivors.
View Ciarán Devane's and Noëline Young's presentation [PDF, 504kb] |
Breakout session six: Awareness and early detection
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