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The All Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer launched Cancer Inequalities – one year on at Britain Against Cancer 2010.
Tackling Cancer Inequalities – one year on| highlights the progress made towards meeting the actions in our 2009 report| and the next steps that are necessary to ensuring every cancer patient - no matter who they are, where they live or what cancer they have - can receive the same high quality treatment, care and service.
In our 2009 report the APPGC called for the introduction of a one-year cancer survival indicator to improve early diagnosis and outcomes for all.
The Government has responded by including one-year cancer survival rates as an improvement area for the NHS in the proposed Outcomes Framework. This represents a significant step forward.
However, progress has not been wholesale and there are still many areas where action has not met expectation.
Read the report: Tackling cancer inequalities - one year on|.
If you have any comments or queries, please do not hesitate to contact the APPGC secretariat by emailing JAdams-Strump@macmillan.org.uk| or calling 020 7840 4946.
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