General Election 2015
Next year’s general election is our chance to make sure everyone with cancer has the best possible care and support. That’s why we are campaigning to make cancer an election priority. And, we need your help.
Right now, political parties are making decisions about their priorities for the 2015 General Election. We want to help guarantee that whoever forms the next government commits to improving cancer care.
Jasbinder (pictured abover) was diagnosed with breast cancer.
'I have a strong history of cancer in my family. That's why I'm so passionate about making sure cancer is a priority for all political parties.
Sadly, not everyone with cancer receives the best possible treatment and support at the moment. We can change this but we must act now. We want to make sure everyone with cancer is diagnosed early and that we have a health service that supports, values and protects the dignity of everyone affected. We must also make it possible for each person to die in the place of their choice.
Together we can choose a future where no one has to face cancer alone.