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Terry lost his job after being diagnosed with cancer. 'Without benefits we would have lost the house.'Share Terry's story
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The number of people living with cancer in the UK is growing. With almost one in two of us facing a cancer diagnosis in our lifetime, every family in the UK is likely to be affected at some point.
But too often, people don’t get the support they need:
Unless our future MPs take action, we risk millions of people with cancer losing out on the high-quality, safe and effective care they deserve.
Read our manifesto or find out about our policy priorities in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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