If you have specific queries, please see the contact details in each section.
Any general queries or comments:
For something not covered here:
Tools and summaries to help GPs decide if a patient needs more investigation based on their symptoms and risk; CDS, RAT, QCancer, NICE and safety netting.
Public and voluntary sector partnerships to support and drive forward work on early diagnosis of cancer (formerly NAEDI).
Tools for public health commissioners and decision-makers to model the effects of interventions, to estimate costs against the value of benefits and improvements.
This app gives clinicians quick and easy access to calculators and guidelines for investigating and managing pulmonary nodules.
Tools and information to allow investigation of cancer diagnosis across the whole clinical pathway.
A unique early diagnosis initiative exploring alternative approaches to cancer diagnosis and care pathways.
See tools and templates to help GPs conduct audits. Includes SEA template..
An international multidisciplinary collaboration to help improve outcomes for patients.
Diagnosing cancer early must remain a priority in the health service. We work to ensure that diagnosing cancer early stays at the top of the agenda.
Resolving issues with diagnostic capacity is crucial if we’re to diagnose cancer earlier.
Help your patients know what urgent referral means and what happens next.
Useful information, diagrams and videos about what to expect when having cancer tests.
Newsletters targeted at health professionals which provide intelligence to support evidence-based decision making, update on our activities and give practical guidance, useful tools and resources.
Explore a selection of reports and publications from the experts at Cancer Research UK, and through various collaborations.
Topics include: summaries of the state of cancer, projections, risk factors and preventability, symptom awareness investigation, intervention success, barrier identification, treatments received and more.
You are welcome to reuse this Cancer Research UK content for your own work.
Credit us as authors by referencing Cancer Research UK as the primary source. Suggested styles are:
Web content: Cancer Research UK, full URL of the page, Accessed [month] [year].
Publications: Cancer Research UK ([year of publication]), Name of publication, Cancer Research UK.
Graphics (when reused unaltered): Credit: Cancer Research UK.
Graphics (when recreated with differences): Based on a graphic created by Cancer Research UK.
When Cancer Research UK material is used for commercial reasons, we encourage a donation to our life-saving research.
Send a cheque payable to Cancer Research UK to: Cancer Research UK, Angel Building, 407 St John Street, London, EC1V 4AD or
Research & References of Diagnosis|A&C Accounting And Tax Services