The potential consequences for cancer care and cancer research of Brexit

P Selby, Mark Lawler, Richard Baird, Ian Banks, Patrick Johnston, Paul Nurse

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Abstract

Following the UK “Brexit” vote in June 2016, there are many uncertainties and risks for cancer research and cancer care in the UK. These
are summarised and the importance of sustained engagement and influence from the cancer community on UK governments is emphasised.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)ed63
Number of pages3
Journalecancer medical science
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Publication statusPublished - 24 Feb 2017

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Selby, P ; Lawler, Mark ; Baird, Richard ; Banks, Ian ; Johnston, Patrick ; Nurse, Paul. / The potential consequences for cancer care and cancer research of Brexit. In: ecancer medical science. 2017 ; pp. ed63.
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In: ecancer medical science, 24.02.2017, p. ed63.

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