Cancer

More than one in three of us will get cancer in our lifetimes. Better prevention, earlier diagnosis and innovative new treatments mean we have a realistic opportunity to make major improvements in survival.

About cancer

Find out what we are doing to improve cancer services in England.

Earlier diagnosis

Earlier diagnosis makes it more likely that patients will receive treatments that can cure cancer. It saves lives.

Patient experience

We are improving patient experience and putting it on an equal footing with other clinical outcomes.

Investing in radiotherapy to fight cancer

Watch this short video which shows how we are investing in radiotherapy to fight cancer.

Funded by NHS England, University College London Hospitals are one of the first hospitals to receive a new LINAC radiotherapy machine.

In this video, patient Chris Duggan talks about the treatment he is experiencing, and Dr. Yen-Ching Chang describes how this new equipment works.

News and blogs

We need to hear ALL voices on cancer care

Today marks the start of a two-month promotion to encourage more people to give feedback about their cancer care and treatment. NHS England’s Head of Insight and Feedback tells us why it is important to hear from a diverse range of patients in surveys and feedback: In the weeks ahead, invitations to participate in the […]