Cancer patients 18 times more likely to survive with early diagnosis

22 Nov 2017
The Telegraph
 

Early cancer diagnosis makes a "staggering" difference to survival rates, with patients 18 times more likely to live when the disease is caught sooner, the head of the NHS has sad. 

Simon Stevens said improving speed of cancer diagnosis is now the biggest challenge facing the service, as he outlined plans to boost survival rates.

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