Macmillan Cancer Support has welcomed aspects of the manifestos of the Greens, LibDems and UKIP.
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Dr Fran Woodard, director of policy and research at Macmillan Cancer Support said: "Macmillan Cancer Support welcomes the package of commitments in the Green Party Manifesto which, if implemented, have the ability to make a real difference to the lives of people with cancer in England and their loved ones.
"The Green Party have committed to ensuring cancer outcomes in the UK are as good as the best in Europe; engaging, empowering and hearing patients and carers at all times, treating both with dignity; and providing free social care at the end of life, enabling dying people, including those with cancer, to choose where they die."
"These are the three areas of cancer care which people with cancer told us mattered most to them this general election, and which Macmillan has been championing with all Westminster parties."
Woodward said of the Lib Dem manifesto: "Macmillan Cancer Support welcomes the Liberal Democrat's commitment to free social care at the end of life in their manifesto.
"If implemented, this could make a real difference in helping people with cancer die in the place of their choice, usually at home.
"This is one of the areas of care which people with cancer told us mattered most to them this general election.
"In addition, the Lib Dems have also committed to placing a new duty on the NHS to identify carers and have acknowledged the need for improved cancer survival rates and a well-trained NHS workforce."
Turning to the UKIP manifesto, Woodward said: "Macmillan Cancer Support welcomes UKIP's commitment to abolish hospital car parking charges. If implemented, this could help cut the costs of living with cancer.
"UKIP have also acknowledged the importance of ensuring the elderly and vulnerable are treated with dignity which is one of the aspects of care that people with cancer told us mattered most to them this general election.
"Macmillan is looking to all political parties to make cancer care a priority in their manifestos.
"We will then be urging whoever wins the election to implement the promises they've made and improve the lives of people with cancer."
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