An Association of Cancer Physicians' strategy for improving services and outcomes for cancer patients

Richard Baird, Ian Banks, David Cameron, John Chester, Helena Earl, Mark Flannagan, Adam Januszewski, Richard Kennedy, Sarah Payne, Emlyn Samuel, Hannah Taylor, Roshan Agarwal, Samreen Ahmed, Caroline Archer, Ruth Board, Judith Carser, Ellen Copson, David Cunningham, Rob Coleman, Adam DangoorGraham Dark, Diana Eccles, Chris Gallagher, Adam Glaser, Richard Griffiths, Geoff Hall, Marcia Hall, Danielle Harari, Michael Hawkins, Mark Hill, Peter Johnson, Alison Jones, Tania Kalsi, Eleni Karapanagiotou, Zoe Kemp, Janine Mansi, Ernie Marshall, Alex Mitchell, Maung Moe, Caroline Michie, Richard Neal, Tom Newsom-Davis, Alison Norton, Richard Osborne, Gargi Patel, John Radford, Alistair Ring, Emily Shaw, Rod Skinner, Dan Stark, Sam Turnbull, Galina Velikova, Jeff White, Alison Young, Johnathan Joffe, Peter Selby

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Abstract

The Association of Cancer Physicians in the United Kingdom has developed a strategy to improve outcomes for cancer patients and identified the goals and commitments of the Association and its members.

Original languageEnglish
Article number608
Journalecancer medical science
Volume10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 05 Jan 2016

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