Thousands of women in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are putting their lives at risk by not taking up the offer of cervical screening.
Health organisations in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are looking for people to help others find out more about cancer.
Patients are now getting their results much more quickly and the number of cases where lung cancer is diagnosed in A&E, at an advanced stage, is also down by 70% compared to last year.
A Loughborough GP has won a national award from the Royal College of GPs for his ‘ground-breaking’ work in speeding up cancer diagnoses.
Leicester City CCG is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October. We are encouraging women to take up the opportunity for breast screening and to make sure they get medical advice if they notice any changes in their breasts.
Patients and carers invited to ‘Let’s Talk About Cancer’ events across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland
People in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland who have been affected by a cancer diagnosis are being asked for their views as part of a comprehensive review of local support in order to ensure that the needs of the population are continually met.
Blood in your pee: Lives in East Midlands at risk by not looking for an essential sign of bladder and kidney cancer
A new ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign highlights blood in pee as a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancers.
Patients who have received treatment for prostate cancer, are benefiting from a new option to receive care closer to home.
Clinicians and health organisations across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland have introduced a new approach to testing bowel problems, with the aim of speeding up diagnosis for patients.
Cancer continues to be one of the top priorities for clinicians and health commissioners across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR).