New research warns ‘patients are waiting too long’ for cancer diagnosis

New research warns ‘patients are waiting too long’ for cancer diagnosis
 

HEALTH chiefs have warned that patients are enduring huge emotional turmoil, as new figures reveal the diagnosis of cancer cases is taking more than a third longer than proposed targets which are supposed to be met within two years.
The average time for a patient in England to be diagnosed with cancer is 40 days, research published today suggests, prompting warnings that the prolonged wait is adding to an already often unbearable amount of stress.
NHS bosses have set a target for all cancer patients to be diagnosed within 28 days.
The new study found that in 2014 the median number of days... read more

 
19 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 39
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