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In Argentina, people with cancer can receive chemotherapy in their own homes, reducing unnecessary travel and freeing up hospital beds.
Models of care
A hospital trust in England has launched a dedicated clinic to reduce diagnostic delays for people with non-specific or vague symptoms of cancer.
Time to diagnosis
In Nigeria, oncologists have launched an online platform to widen access to information and specialist cancer care.
Use of data or digital health
Many aspects of care
A play specialist in England paints radiotherapy masks for children undergoing radiotherapy to help them feel more relaxed and involved in their care.
The WesFit programme in England offers structured exercise and psychological support for people due to have surgery for cancer.
In the Italian region of Apulia, oncology orientation cancer centres coordinate care and provide specialist-led support to people with cancer.
The Anticancer Fund launched a service for people with cancer, providing personalised information about their diagnosis and treatment options.
ICOnnecta’t is an eHealth cancer care tool developed for women living with and beyond breast cancer.
In El Salvador, the Ministry of Health introduced a cost-effective HPV testing programme to prevent cervical cancer.