The future of cancer care

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Tell us your priorities for cancer care in the next two decades.

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Cancer survival has doubled over the last forty years. Now, half the people diagnosed with cancer will survive the disease. Cancer Research UK’s goal is to see three quarters of people diagnosed with cancer survive their disease for 10 years or more by 2034.

We want to know the biggest challenges and opportunities for UK health systems and services in the next 20 years.

  • What major barriers will stop health systems from preventing and curing more cancers, and giving people more time with their families?
  • How can the NHS provide the best environment for conducting research?
  • What are the opportunities on the horizon which we will need to embrace?

At the centre of these challenges are people affected by cancer: individuals and their families, friends and communities. We want to hear from a wide range of people around the UK to help us think more creatively, broadly and deeply. You can help us accelerate progress.

Please take our survey

To help you consider your own priorities for the future of cancer care, we’ve put together “The Future of Cancer Care: the context”. We hope it helps you to join our conversation. We’re keen to hear your views. Your comments will help us to shape our thinking and our action.

Download “The Future of Cancer Care: the context”

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Contact us

For more information and to get involved please email healthfutures@cancer.org.uk

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