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Cancer survival in the UK is falling behind other high-income nations, despite seeing an overall improvement in survival rates, according to a study published in Lancet Oncology.
Advances in treatment and surgical techniques are thought to behind the UK’s progress, as five-year survival rates for rectal and colon cancer improved the most since 1995, while pancreatic cancer improved the least.
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