Teenage Cancer Trust and 49 cancer charities call on to the Government to invest urgently in the NHS cancer workforce.

Mon 11 Oct '21

Teenage Cancer Trust has today joined with 49 other cancer charities and organisations, including Cancer Research UK, Macmillan Cancer Support, and Young Lives vs Cancer, to write to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, and the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Sajid Javid to deliver on its commitments to improve cancer survival and care in the UK.


A third of young people with cancer unable to access mental health services

Thu 17 Jun '21

We are launching our #NotOK campaign calling on UK Governments to improve access to psychological support for young people with cancer


Teenage Cancer Trust responds to the Budget

Wed 3 Mar '21

Read our Chief Executive Kate Collins’ response to the Budget which was announced today (Wednesday 3 March).

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Teenage Cancer Trust responds to updated guidance to the clinically extremely vulnerable

Wed 4 Nov '20

The Government has updated the guidance on shielding and protecting people who are clinically extremely vulnerable from COVID-19.

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Young cancer patients turned away as financial hardship bites

Tue 29 Sep '20

Cancer charities offering a lifeline to increasing numbers of vulnerable children and young people are having to turn them away as the true impact of coronavirus is felt across the sector.


'Help us to help you' - we say "it's always best to check" symptoms

Wed 19 Aug '20

We support NHS England’s ‘Help us to help you’ campaign, a programme that encourages the public to contact the heath service if they have suspected cancer symptoms.

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Government must be "proactive when facing up to associated health costs of pandemic"

Fri 31 Jul '20

As the Government tightens restrictions in some parts of the country, Teenage Cancer Trust urges the Government to be proactive when facing up to the associated health costs of the pandemic by ensuring urgent and on-going access to psychological support.


Invest in teen cancer services to sustain results of today's Cancer Patient Experience Survey

Thu 25 Jun '20

The Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) 2019 has today been published, shining a light on the experiences of cancer patients up and down the country. CPES aims to monitor national progress on cancer care and provide information to drive local quality improvement. Here's our response.


Scottish Government relaxes shielding guidance

Thu 18 Jun '20

Scottish Government has today relaxed its shielding guidance for vulnerable people. Read our response.

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