Cancer care for women: Why we must continue to strive for equal access (Guest blog)
Whilst a spectrum of disparities remains in accessing cancer care, the future of our cancer pathways is at a crossroads. For cancer patients to live fuller, healthier and more informed lifestyles, it is vital that we work together to bridge the inequalities gap and provide a cancer care system that is here to serve us all, regardless of ethnicity, status and gender.
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