RedArc responds to ONS 'Geographic patterns of cancer survival in England' report, while Stephen Fry treatment highlights importance of early detection
According to the recent Office for National Statistics (ONS) report on cancer survival, the highest one-year and five-year rates in England were in prostate cancer for men (96.3% and 88.3% respectively) and in breast cancer for women (95.6% and 86.0% respectively) diagnosed between 2011 and 2015. The report also found that the ranges between the highest and lowest one-year survival estimates for breast (in women) and prostate (in men) were 1.5 and 2.2 percentage points respectively. Meanwhile...
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