Humber, Coast and Vale Cancer Alliance

Achieving World Class Cancer Outcomes for Our Communities

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The Alliance brings together all the organisations that commission and provide cancer services in our area, enabling effective and co-ordinated partnership working to improve patient experience.

In 2015 an Independent Cancer Taskforce Strategy set out an ambitious vision for improving services, care and outcomes for everyone with cancer.

Humber, Coast and Vale is one of 19 cancer alliances set up across England, to work towards this vision.

Our Area

Awareness and early diagnosis

The Alliance seeks to improve cancer survival rates by ensuring more people are diagnosed at an earlier stage; by improving cancer awareness and uptake of screening.

Diagnostics

We are working to understand where the gaps in diagnostic capacity are and work with partners across the Alliance to develop strategic plans for radiology, pathology and endoscopy services.

Treatment and pathways

The Alliance is implementing rapid diagnostic and assessment pathways for lung, prostate and colorectal cancers.

Living with and beyond cancer

We are working together to improve the care and support people with cancer receive to enable them to be more in control and better able to cope with their treatment and recovery.

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Support in your area

Find out what’s happening and what support is available near you.

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Patient Stories

To help recognise how cancer services can be planned and delivered in the future, we need to understand patient experiences.

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Get Involved

There are lots of ways to get involved in our work – you could become a Cancer Champion or join our Community Network.

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Documents

View documents from the Cancer Alliance, including National Strategy materials and other useful publications.

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