Macmillan Question Time 2013
Macmillan, MPs and people affected by cancer joined for the 2nd annual Parliamentary Question Time.
- On 11 September 2013, with the help of our fantastic host and Chairman of Dimbleby Cancer Care Jonathan Dimbleby, Macmillan held a Parliamentary Question Time at the House of Commons.
Improving early diagnosis
- — Dimbleby Cancer Care (@DimblebyCancerC)Wed, Sep 11 2013 05:12:12Earlier diagnosis in the uk to bring us up to European average would mean another 5,000 survivors per year #MacQT
Support for carers
- — Macmillan PolicyDept (@Mac_PolicyDept)Wed, Sep 11 2013 05:42:02Food for thought at #MacQT.Panel asked why carers not getting assessments they are entitled & people still not always choosing where to die.
- — Paul Cullen (@Paulobiz)Wed, Sep 11 2013 05:28:22Only 5% of cancer carers get a carers assessment from local authority. No automatic entitlement even if assessment identifies need #MacQT
- Find out more information about Macmillan's carers campaign and how you can help us ask Government to give more support to carers.
Care at end of life
- — Mac Public Affairs (@macmillanPA)Wed, Sep 11 2013 05:41:31
- — Macmillan Campaigns (@Mac_Campaigns)Wed, Sep 11 2013 05:40:33
- Find out more about our campaign for free social care at end of life on the Macmillan website.
- — Macmillan PolicyDept (@Mac_PolicyDept)Wed, Sep 11 2013 05:54:50
Supporting people back to work
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