Why does the UK do badly on bladder cancer?
Added: Thursday 29 August 2013
The United Kingdom appears to have low cancer survival rates compared to other developed countries. Two experts argue that this is because of delays in diagnosis caused by late presentation, late referral and delays in testing. The article suggests that bladder cancer survival rates in the UK could be improved through public education, which might encourage patients to seek medical help sooner.
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