Cancer52 is already a virtual organisation and has run under this business model for a number of years, only bringing people together to help empower our members, share information and allow for some hugely productive networking.
But under current circumstances we will reorganise all our meetings from face to face to virtual ones.
More importantly we will share information about coronavirus for people with cancer with all our me...
Cancer52 and PHE/NCRAS are delighted to be able to share a film and a report of the very successful Developments in Data for Rare and Less Common Cancers event held on 22nd May 2019.
The report provides a written overview of the whole event and the film includes snippets from several of the event speakers talking about their work and what they hope it will achieve for people with rare and less common cancers.
The report was based on a patient survey conducted in 2018. Over 670 people told us about their experiences of having a rare or less common cancer. Three patients, Roy, Liz and Steve share their stories in the repor...
The NHS Long Term Plan was published on Monday 7th January. Our immediate response was published on 7th January and can be viewed here.
We have now with input from members of our Policy and Public Affairs Steering Group (specifically with thanks to Target Ovarian Cancer, Teenage Cancer Trust, Pancreatic Cancer UK and Bloodwise) created a more detailed and informed response which is published here.
This is an ambitious plan by NHS England to move more care into the community and out of hospital, accompanied by increased funding for primary and community care, as well as continuing the trend of greater integration of services.
The cancer commitments are relatively few but hearteningly take an ‘all cancer’ approach, which by definition includes rare and less common cancers, instead of previous approaches, which have sometim...
As the NHS Long Term Plan is published - some messages of hope from people with rare and less common cancer for 2019 and beyond …. a short film made by Cancer52 at Britain Against Cancer, December 2018.
With thanks to all the patients, carers and support group charities who took part, and Cancer Minister Steve Brine MP for his input and support.
We are pleased to announce that Cancer52 is recruiting trustees to its board to support the future development and growth of the organisation’s work, in line with an ambitious new strategic plan that was approved earlier this year.