NHS England published Achieving World-class Cancer Outcomes — A Strategy for England 2015–2020, which set out an ambition to improve cancer outcomes, with a review of the cancer workforce recommended as an important action to achieve this goal. Summary
As we age, DNA becomes more prone to mutation which may be caused by lifestyle factors such as drinking, smoking and being overweight, or by genetic issues and susceptibility. However, age appears to be the greatest risk factor for developing cancer. Summary
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