Be Cancer Smart - Become A Digital Champion And Save Lives
An exciting new programme to help tackle cancer, with the potential to save lives through more effective prevention advice and improved early diagnosis, has been launched by the…
Second Wave Of Evidence Based Interventions Launched
The huge impact of Covid-19 has reinforced the importance of the Evidence Based Intervention Programme. As planned care services - including cancer - are restarted across West…
Oesophageal Cancer Risk Patients To Benefit From Cancer Alliance Innovation Work
Patients at risk of oesophageal cancer across West Yorkshire and Harrogate will benefit from a share of £16million funding from the UK Industrial Strategy Fund and Cancer Research…
Latest Guidance On Shielding Issued
The UK Government has set out a roadmap for the clinically extremely vulnerable on the future of the shielding programme.
For now, the guidance remains the same – stay at home…
Public Confidence In Cancer Services Is Crucial To Future Outcomes
Latest blog from Professor Sean Duffy, WYH Cancer Alliance Clinical Lead
Pontefract Hospital To Become Dedicated Cancer Centre
Pontefract Hospital is to be temporarily developed as a dedicated cancer centre to care for people who need diagnosis or surgery for suspected cancers during the COVID-19 outbreak
Helpline Support For People With Cancer - Maggie's and Leeds Teaching Hospitals
A helpline to support cancer patients and carers during the current COVID-19 outbreak has been set up by Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust and Maggie’s.
Watch The Video - Help Us Help You Get The Cancer Care You Need
A short film clip from Professor Sean Duffy encouraging those concerned about possible cancer signs and symptoms to access advice from their GP.
Seek Help For Cancer Symptoms - The NHS Is Still Here To Help
Professor Sean Duffy backs the national campaign to encourage people to have their possible cancer symptoms checked out as research shows public concern around coronavirus
Second Mobile Cancer Unit Helps Cancer Patients At Airedale Hospital
A second mobile cancer care unit is in place at Airedale Hospital to help care for patients with cancer during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The new mobile unit, or 'cancer bus' as the…