PM to set out ambitious plans to transform outcomes for people with chronic diseases

Today the Prime Minister will set out ambitious new changes to how we diagnose diseases in the UK using smart data could see 22,000 fewer people dying from cancer each year by 2033 and at least 50,000 people each year diagnosed at an early stage of prostate, ovarian, lung or bowel cancer.

This would be done through using emerging technologies to cross reference people’s genetics, habits and medical records with national data to spot those at an early stage of cancer – empowering doctors to make referrals to an oncologist earlier and even ahead of clear symptoms developing.

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