UK health regulator recommend new treatment for rare form of Liver cancer

The UK health regulator NICE has recommended a new treatment for a rare form of Liver cancer. The guidelines mean patients in England and Wales will now have access to a life extending drug, for Cholangio – Carcinoma. It’s thought around 2400 people are diagnosed in the UK each year. The disease is often considered a Cinderella cancer, because of the lack of awareness and treatments for it. John Bridgewater, a Professor of Medical Oncology at UCL spoke to James.

Tanya Francis 23rd July 2021


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