Living with and beyond cancer - improving future survivorship services

November 2016

Cancer

Country of origin: UK

The National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) has published Living with and Beyond Cancer: Taking Action to Improve Outcomes, an update to the 2010 NCSI Vision report.

This new report outlines the requirements needed to move national survivorship care forward, and how survivorship services could be improved in future, including commissioning and delivering personalised care.

While the Survivorship Pathway Groupís priorities and work plan are already closely aligned to the recommendations, the group will continue to ensure the finer details are being addressed.

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