Reports and events
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer plays an active role, in and outside of Parliament, in raising issues and lobbying on areas that affect cancer policy. The Group's activities culminate at the end of every year with our landmark conference, Britain Against Cancer.
Cancer across the Domains: a vision for 2020
The APPGC launched its latest report Cancer across the Domains: a vision for 2020 [PDF] at the 2014 Britain Against Cancer conference.
Previous events and reports
Joint meeting with APPG on Men's Health on cancer survival in men
A new report has been launched by the Men’s Health Forum asking why men are more likely to be diagnosed with and to die from nearly all common cancers. Find out more and download the report.
Cancer across the Domains at Britain Against Cancer 2013
Cancer Across the Domains was the theme for the 15th annual Britain Against Cancer conference, held on 10 December 2013.
You can read all our updates from the conference here .
The new NHS – a better outcome for cancer patients?
The new NHS – a better outcome for cancer patients? was the theme for the 14th annual Britain Against Cancer conference, held on 11th December 2012 at Central Hall, Westminster. Updates from the conference sessions are available here
Effective Cancer Commissioning in the New NHS
This report by the APPGC was launched at Britain Against Cancer 2011 and sets out the Group’s recommendations for how to ensure cancer care, outcomes and experiences for cancer patients continue to improve in the new NHS.
Take a closer look at Effective Cancer Commissioning in the New NHS [PDF, 2.63MB].
Inquiry into Cancer Inequalities report
The final report of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer's Inquiry into Cancer Inequalities has been launched at the annual Britain Against Cancer conference. Find out more.
APPGC responds to review of the Cancer Reform Strategy
The APPGC was eager to use this opportunity to reiterate the action required to reduce the unacceptable inequality in cancer outcomes that persists in England. We also wanted to detail the outcomes, which we feel the NHS needs to prioritise, particularly one year cancer survival. Read our Response to the Review of the Cancer Reform Strategy [PDF].
National Cancer Equality Initiative's vision
The Group congratulates the report on its comprehensiveness and is delighted that it addresses so many of the issues raised in the Group's own report Tackling Cancer Inequalities.
You can read the Group's full response to the NCEI document here.