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Too Little, Too Late
Approximately 115,000 cancer patients in England each year are diagnosed too late to ensure the best chance of survival. That’s according to Cancer Research UK, who say that almost half of all cancers are diagnosed at stage III or IV. They blame a desperate shortage of National Health Service staff for the figures and call for increased recruitment of pathologists, radiologists, and oncologists to fill the vacancies. The UK government has already pledged to increase the number of cancer patients diagnosed early from 50 to 75 percent by 2028 (1).
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