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New ‘Spot of Lunch’ Campaign Launches Across West Yorkshire and Harrogate
New ‘Spot of Lunch’ campaign launches across West Yorkshire and Harrogate, highlighting alcohol as a cause of breast cancer, as figures show more than 60% of UK women are unaware…
Latest Primary Care Blog Published
Our Alliance Cancer Research UK lead GP invites the influence and input of primary colleagues to optimal pathway groups in his latest blog.
£12million Funding Boost For Pathology Across West Yorkshire and Harrogate
West Yorkshire and Harrogate hospitals will receive £12million of NHS funding to implement a single, shared Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) for the area.
Latest Blog From Professor Sean Duffy - Cancer System Pushing The Boundaries For The Benefit Of All Patients
"Our Cancer Alliance increasingly looks outwards to the broader health and care agenda to capitalise on opportunities for our work to translate into wider system/patient benefit."
£60,000 Bursary Scheme Supports People To Live Better With And Beyond A Cancer Diagnosis
Organisations or individuals working in doctor’s surgeries/the community; in hospitals or specialist services, in voluntary and charitable organisations can apply...
Looking Out For Our Neighbours On National Award Shortlist
The campaign aims to combat loneliness and isolation across the region and has inspired hundreds of people to take action.
Bursary Scheme Promotes Early Cancer Diagnosis - Second Round Announced For West Yorks and Harrogate
The second round of a £150,000 scheme to support the early diagnosis of suspected cancers through improvements in patient care and the development of diagnostic staff and has been…
Most-At-Risk Residents Of South Kirkby Reap The Benefits Of New Lung MOT
Around 100 patients attended the Church View Medical Centre on Langthwaite Road in South Kirkby to receive their ‘lung MOT’ during the first week of a targeted lung health check…
Fake News Putting 50,000 LGB Women At Risk Of Cancer
The common belief that lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) women are not at risk of cervical cancer is fake news that has created a dangerous screening gap, the NHS has warned.