Tag: Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan cancer support

Responding to Carers UK’s report Pressure Points, Charlotte Argyle, Carers Support Programme Manager at Macmillan Cancer Support, says: “This report highlights the urgent need to support carers in the community and ensure they are included and consulted at every stage…

Macmillan cancer support

Responding to cancer survival rates published today Friday 16 September, Lynda Thomas, Chief Executive of Macmillan Cancer Support said: “It is great news that these figures today show that – thanks to better treatments and earlier detection – more people…

Macmillan cancer support

Responding to new figures released today by Public Health England which show that around 80,000 people could be living with undiagnosed lung cancer, Dr Fran Woodard, Executive Director of Policy and Impact at Macmillan Cancer Support, says: “It is extremely…

Macmillan cancer support

Macmillan Cancer Support responds to the governments response to the review of choice in end of life care published today. In February 2015, advice from a government-commissioned independent review, A Review of Choice in End of Life Care was published.…

Macmillan cancer support

Today NHS England released breakdowns of Trust and CCG level data for the Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) in England (NHS England press release). Macmillan Cancer Support estimates that over 100,000 cancer patients in England are failing to receive a…

Macmillan cancer support

New one-year cancer survival rate figures for England out today, released by the Public Health England National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS) in partnership with the Office for National Statistics, show that for many common cancers more than one…

Macmillan cancer support

Responding to the cancer waiting times statistics for December 2015 released today by NHS England[i], Dr Fran Woodard, Director of Policy and Impact at Macmillan Cancer Support, says: “It is encouraging to see that cancer waiting times targets, which outline…

help for those suffering from depression and stress

The Bromley by Bow Centre and Macmillan Cancer Support have partnered to create an innovative social prescribing service for people living with and beyond cancer in East London. The service helps people on a one-to-one basis to improve their wellbeing.…