May 21, 2024

Fewer patients were diagnosed with cancer in earliest stages during first year of pandemic

Almost half of cancers are being diagnosed after they are likely to have spread, a new report has revealed. The number of people who were diagnosed early at stage one or two fell to 52 per cent in 2020.Almost half of cancers are being diagnosed after they are likely to have spread, a new report has revealed. The number of people who were diagnosed early at stage one or two fell to 52 per cent in 2020.Read MoreHealth News | Mail Online

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