Modernising Cancer Services
This book provides a comprehensive overview of major initiatives, introduced by the government and health service professionals, to improve the services and care of cancer patients in the NHS. It charts the progress made in modernising cancer services in the UK, from the publication of the Calman-Hine Report [NHS Executive (1995) Commissioning Cancer Service: Report of the Expert Advisory Group on Cancer. NHS Executive, Leeds.] to the NHS Cancer Plan in 2000.
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