59,000 Londoners at risk of a late Cancer diagnosis

As many as 59,000 Londoners are at risk of a late Cancer diagnosis.

New analysis from Macmillan estimates that since the start of the pandemic fewer Londoners have seen a specialist following an urgent suspected cancer referral from a GP, which puts them at risk of a late diagnosis, which could have an affect on their outcomes.

Emma Tingley is the Head of Partnerships in London at Macmillan Cancer Support and told Alicia more.

Tanya Francis 4th July 2022


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