UCLH Cancer Collaborative
 

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    Working with partners to raise public awareness of cancer signs and symptoms, risk factors and screening programmes.

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    We are building a comprehensive cancer care system that benefits all of the cancer patients and healthcare professionals across the region and beyond

    Professor Kathy Pritchard Jones, chief medical officer

     
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    Our focus on the earlier diagnosis of cancer is driven by national and local priorities to reduce cancers diagnosed in emergency settings, improve survival rates and reduce costly specialist treatment of late stage cancers.

     
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    We are building a comprehensive cancer care system that benefits all of the cancer patients and healthcare professionals across the region and beyond

    Professor Kathy Pritchard Jones, chief medical officer

     

UCLH Cancer Collaborative is the Cancer Alliance for north and east London and brings together hospital trusts, GPs, health service commissioners, local authorities and patients to improve early cancer diagnosis, outcomes and care for patients in our area. Working with our stakeholders, our mission is to achieve world-leading patient outcomes and experience for our local population. View a map of the area and NHS organisations we cover. For more information about our work please contact uclh.cancercollaborative@nhs.net

There are five pillars to the UCLH Cancer Collaborative:

Read our annual review 2017/18 to find out more about our work. 

We have also relaunched the 'small c' website - www.smallc.org.uk – to help residents of north and east London learn more about the signs and symptoms of the most common cancers and turn the Big C into a ‘small c’.

We have various opportunities for people who have had cancer treatment, or cared for someone who has had cancer treatment in our area to get involved in our work. Watch our short video below to find out more or visit our Get Involved with Cancer webpage.

 
Until March 2018, we were part of the national Cancer Vanguard – a partnership between UCLH Cancer Collaborative, Greater Manchester Cancer Vanguard Innovation and RM Partners, collectively serving a population of nearly 11 million.