Radiotherapy investment to improve cancer testing

Under a £400mn/year plan, to double the number of cancer tests carried out and detect cancers earlier, the NHS is replacing over a 100 old radiotherapy machines and acquiring newer, more powerful devices such as SABR, along with the staff to support them.  This new equipment should enable everyone referred to be tested within four weeks and receive treatment within 62 days.

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