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Macmillan show an excellent example of listening to patient stories

Parliamentarians met with patients and staff to hear their stories of cancer care first hand this week. A report by Macmillan has been released which emphasises the importance of putting people at the heart of cancer care, by listening to cancer patients and staff experiences.

This report by Macmillan presents stories from 10 patients about a range of their experiences of relational care at different points of their cancer journey.

Please click here to read the report

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