Britain Against Cancer Conference

Britain Against Cancer is a one-day conference hosted by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer. Attended by over 450 delegates each year, it is one of the largest and most important cancer conferences in the UK. Here you can learn about previous conferences, and download the programme for 2016.

This year's Britain Against Cancer conference was held on 6 December at Central Hall, Westminster. This page will be updated soon.

This conference is a chance to hear from and question key decision makers in Government and the NHS, to meet and network with colleagues from across the sector, and to learn about the latest developments in cancer policy.

Britain Against Cancer is a fantastic opportunity for NHS professionals, patients, third sector organisations, policy experts, carers, and commercial organisations to get together and ensure that cancer stays high on the agenda for the top decision-makers in the country.

You can find out more about the 2016 Britain Against Cancer conference here. For any other enquiries, please get in touch at

Britain Against Cancer over the years...

Britain Against Cancer 2014

The last conference before the General Election, BAC 2014 included for the first time, a keynote speech from NHS Chief Executive, Simon Stevens.

Britain Against Cancer 2013

Britain Against Caner 2013 saw the launch of the APPG’s report ‘Cancer across the Domains’, which looked at cancer priorities following the Health and Social Care Act 2013.