Cancer treatment backlog: what’s gone wrong and what we need to do to fix it
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Cancer treatment backlog: what’s gone wrong and what we need to do to fix it

Nick Evans Health journalist

Nurses in rapid diagnostic centres, one-stop clinics and other services are striving to clear treatment backlogs, but urgent and coordinated action is needed

This time last year it looked like cancer services were back on the road to recovery. The number of people starting treatment was on the rise and had even nudged above pre-pandemic levels.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 21, 6, 7-9. doi: 10.7748/cnp.21.6.7.s3

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