The Government should set a 2030 target for the UK to go from having the worst cancer outcomes to the best cancer survival rates in the world. We could do that, but it starts by delivering a world-class radiotherapy service. Grahame Morris MP
NHS Funding Bill: Cancer Treatment Radiotherapy (shortened)
NHS Funding Bill: Cancer Treatment Radiotherapy (Full Speech)
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I was delighted to meet Macmillan Cancer Support to discuss their Save Our Support initiative, a campaign to ensure that the country has a fully funded and sustainable cancer workforce in order to support the millions of people living with cancer across the UK.
The NHS is currently facing a shortage of nurses which is having a damaging effect on frontline services and the care patients receive here in East Durham. There are more than 40,000 nurse vacancies in the NHS workforce and Government figures show that waiting times for cancer treatment and diagnosis are at record high levels. This is why I’m backing Macmillan’s campaign to ensure that my constituents have access to the fantastic nurse specialists that will support them through a very difficult time in their lives.
Easington MP Grahame Morris voted in the House of Commons to give more funding to the NHS, which would have seen an additional £26bn in real terms pumped into health services in England.
With the Queen’s Speech debate back in parliament Labour secured a vote on funding for health and social care services.