Covid-19 has changed the way we see the GP. While many have embraced remote appointments, others worry they could lead to missed or delayed cancer diagnoses.
We spoke to 4 people about why, when it comes to cancer, every second counts and why the Government must act now to ensure the NHS can catch more cancers early.
Our chief executive, Michelle Mitchell, reflects on his cancer legacy and the challenges still facing Amanda Pritchard as she steps into the role.
Deaths are higher in cancer patients whose GPs do not regularly send patients through the two-week urgent referral route for suspected cancer.
If it takes more than three trips to the GP to be referred for cancer tests, patients are more likely to be dissatisfied with their overall care.
Whether or not patients see the same GP could affect how quickly bowel and lung cancers are diagnosed, according to a Cancer Research UK study.
Cancer Research UK is urging scientists, doctors and nurses to get involved to ensure Wikipedia is as accurate as possible.
People with cancers of the mouth and oesophagus are waiting longer between first noticing a symptom and going to their GPs than other patients.
GPs across England are set to benefit from a new partnership aimed at improving the early diagnosis of cancer.