Concerns expressed that opportunities to save lives may be missed

Cancer patients in the UK may not receive enough follow-up after a diagnosis, a new study by researchers in Chicago suggests.

The study, presented at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology in Chicago, suggests five years of monitoring is insufficient for some cancers and too long for others. The research suggests some NHS patients may receive too few years of follow-up care.

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