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Nov

Over 130,000 patients a year are not receiving vital NHS cancer care on time

Hospitals struggling with growing number of people suspected of having the disease as doctors warn delays may be harming chances of survival

More than 130, order 000 patients a year are not receiving vital NHS cancer care on time because hospitals are struggling to look after the growing number of people suspected of having the disease.

Doctors are warning that a widespread and growing failure to meet waiting time targets was causing huge anxiety for patients affected and may even be harming their chances of survival.

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