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© 2017 John Wiley & Sons Ltd The UK is one of the lowest ranked high-income countries for cancer survival. Later stage at diagnosis is a significant contributor to reduced survival. Several strategies have been introduced to reduce delays in an effort to diagnose cancer earlier. This commentary summarises the evidence and impact of these initiatives.

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European Journal of Cancer Care

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