Quicker detection of lung, breast and bowel cancer 'could save the NHS £44 million a year in treatment costs'



The NHS could save £44 million a year if four cancers were diagnosed quicker, experts claim.
Faster detection of lung, breast, bowel and gynaecological cancers would prevent the need for many expensive treatments.
The importance of an early diagnosis - not only on NHS finances but on people's well-being - was made clear at the launch of a new multi-million pound prevention and early detection research initiative in Manchester.
The project will be led by The Christie NHS Foundation Trust - Europe's biggest single-site cancer centre with more than 550 active trials.
Speaking at its launch... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Health, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail
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