1. The 10-year Cancer Plan has clear political leadership, is fully costed and funded throughout its lifetime, with an annual report published on progress made against its ambitions.

  2. More cancers are prevented and England is ‘smoke free’ by 2030.

  3. The public is aware of the risk factors, signs and symptoms of cancer and act on them, leading to improvements in presentation. Emergency presentation is reduced to no more than 5%.

  4. Progress towards early diagnosis is accelerated so that 78% of people are diagnosed at stage one or stage two and a 95% Faster Diagnosis Standard is met.

  5. Every person with cancer can access the treatment they need, at the right time, for the best outcomes. Cancer Waiting Time targets are met in every part of the country.

  6. By 2032, everyone with cancer is able to access a needs assessment and personalised care plan to support their health and wider wellbeing needs.

  7. Workforce and equipment shortages are addressed so that every person with cancer has access to the specialist workforce they need when they need it.

  8. Cases of cancer attributable to inequalities have meaningfully decreased.

  9. Clinical research capacity is increased, health service staff have access to dedicated research time and training and all populations are given the opportunity to participate in clinical trials.

  10. Data collection is timely, accessible, standardised and comprehensive and it is analysed and published swiftly to support the delivery and monitoring of all aspects of cancer across the pathway and cancer research.

– Cancer Plan 2022, One Cancer Voice Cancer Charities’ Consensus Statement –

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