Macmillan Cancer

Last updated on 2013-07-17T21:32+0300.



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head of services50.00%EN09/29/201729/09/2017
manager25.00%EN12/07/201607/12/2016
officer25.00%EN11/30/201630/11/2016
Names Lang Count
Macmillan CancerEN83.96%
Macmillan CancerFR11.23%
MacMillan CancerEN2.35%
Macmillan CancerPT1.82%
Macmillan CancerPL0.32%
Macmillan CancerHR0.11%
Macmillan CancerDE0.11%
Macmillan CancerES0.11%


 
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Steven McIntosh said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "Macmillan is deeply concerned that the impact of the pandemic is really going to wreak havoc in the progress we've made in improving cancer care in the UK, in both the public's willingness to come forward with symptoms because they're nervous about the medical system, and in the risk of disruption to treatment and cancer surgery. " External link

bristolpost Thursday, May 28, 2020 10:00:00 AM EAT

Steven McIntosh said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "Macmillan is deeply concerned that the impact of the pandemic is really going to wreak havoc in the progress we've made in improving cancer care in the UK, in both the public's willingness to come forward with symptoms because they're nervous about the medical system, and in the risk of disruption to treatment and cancer surgery. " External link

hulldailymail Thursday, May 28, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Steven McIntosh said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "Macmillan is deeply concerned that the impact of the pandemic is really going to wreak havoc in the progress we've made in improving cancer care in the UK, in both the public's willingness to come forward with symptoms because they're nervous about the medical system, and in the risk of disruption to treatment and cancer surgery. " External link

bathchronicle Thursday, May 28, 2020 9:50:00 AM EAT

Steven McIntosh said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "Macmillan is deeply concerned that the impact of the pandemic is really going to wreak havoc in the progress we've made in improving cancer care in the UK, in both the public's willingness to come forward with symptoms because they're nervous about the medical system, and in the risk of disruption to treatment and cancer surgery. " External link

exeterexpressandecho Thursday, May 28, 2020 9:22:00 AM EAT

Richard Dyer added ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : “Losing Chris was a huge blow to us all, but the help offered by Macmillan proved invaluable. Since then we’ve set out to do what we can to support the charity and to say thank you” External link

lep Thursday, December 12, 2019 3:34:00 PM EAT

Paul Byrne added ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "We have talked about it for the last few weeks and suggested Macmillan Cancer Support as it is a local charity in Whittington, Lichfield. " External link

thisisderbyshire Monday, December 9, 2019 11:35:00 AM EAT

Paul Byrne added ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "We have talked about it for the last few weeks and suggested Macmillan Cancer Support as it is a local charity in Whittington, Lichfield. " External link

burtonmail Saturday, December 7, 2019 11:50:00 AM EAT

Paul Byrne added ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "We have talked about it for the last few weeks and suggested Macmillan Cancer Support as it is a local charity in Whittington, Lichfield. " External link

burtonmail Friday, December 6, 2019 2:43:00 PM EAT

Lynda Thomas said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : “More people are hearing they have cancer, at a time when the NHS desperately needs additional doctors and nurses. "This is whipping up a perfect storm which needs to be taken seriously by party leaders. Cancer patients are surviving longer and the population is getting bigger and older (Stock photo) (Image: Getty) "We need decision makers to prioritise funding and put in place the right plans to ensure we have a cancer ­workforce fit for purpose” External link

themirror Friday, November 29, 2019 1:32:00 AM EAT

Vaughan Gething said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : “Cancer is the single biggest cause of premature death in Wales and the UK. It’s highly likely cancer will touch everyone’s lives at some point. "I am very pleased Wales is leading the way in the UK by adopting the new single cancer pathway, which has broad support from clinicians and charities. "We are supporting health boards to improve performance against the new measure and I’m confident it will lead to an improved service for people affected by cancer. This is a vital step forward in improving cancer outcomes in Wales” External link

southwales-eveningpost Tuesday, August 27, 2019 10:39:00 PM EAT

Vaughan Gething said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : “Cancer is the single biggest cause of premature death in Wales and the UK. It’s highly likely cancer will touch everyone’s lives at some point. "I am very pleased Wales is leading the way in the UK by adopting the new single cancer pathway, which has broad support from clinicians and charities. "We are supporting health boards to improve performance against the new measure and I’m confident it will lead to an improved service for people affected by cancer. This is a vital step forward in improving cancer outcomes in Wales” External link

icWales Tuesday, August 27, 2019 8:11:00 PM EAT

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Macmillan Cancer

Last updated on 2013-07-17T21:32+0300.



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
head of services50.00%EN09/29/201729/09/2017
manager25.00%EN12/07/201607/12/2016
officer25.00%EN11/30/201630/11/2016
Names Lang Count
Macmillan CancerEN83.96%
Macmillan CancerFR11.23%
MacMillan CancerEN2.35%
Macmillan CancerPT1.82%
Macmillan CancerPL0.32%
Macmillan CancerHR0.11%
Macmillan CancerDE0.11%
Macmillan CancerES0.11%


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Steven McIntosh said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "Macmillan is deeply concerned that the impact of the pandemic is really going to wreak havoc in the progress we've made in improving cancer care in the UK, in both the public's willingness to come forward with symptoms because they're nervous about the medical system, and in the risk of disruption to treatment and cancer surgery. " External link

bristolpost Thursday, May 28, 2020 10:00:00 AM EAT

Steven McIntosh said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "Macmillan is deeply concerned that the impact of the pandemic is really going to wreak havoc in the progress we've made in improving cancer care in the UK, in both the public's willingness to come forward with symptoms because they're nervous about the medical system, and in the risk of disruption to treatment and cancer surgery. " External link

hulldailymail Thursday, May 28, 2020 9:51:00 AM EAT

Steven McIntosh said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "Macmillan is deeply concerned that the impact of the pandemic is really going to wreak havoc in the progress we've made in improving cancer care in the UK, in both the public's willingness to come forward with symptoms because they're nervous about the medical system, and in the risk of disruption to treatment and cancer surgery. " External link

bathchronicle Thursday, May 28, 2020 9:50:00 AM EAT

Steven McIntosh said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "Macmillan is deeply concerned that the impact of the pandemic is really going to wreak havoc in the progress we've made in improving cancer care in the UK, in both the public's willingness to come forward with symptoms because they're nervous about the medical system, and in the risk of disruption to treatment and cancer surgery. " External link

exeterexpressandecho Thursday, May 28, 2020 9:22:00 AM EAT

Richard Dyer added ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : “Losing Chris was a huge blow to us all, but the help offered by Macmillan proved invaluable. Since then we’ve set out to do what we can to support the charity and to say thank you” External link

lep Thursday, December 12, 2019 3:34:00 PM EAT

Paul Byrne added ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "We have talked about it for the last few weeks and suggested Macmillan Cancer Support as it is a local charity in Whittington, Lichfield. " External link

thisisderbyshire Monday, December 9, 2019 11:35:00 AM EAT

Paul Byrne added ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "We have talked about it for the last few weeks and suggested Macmillan Cancer Support as it is a local charity in Whittington, Lichfield. " External link

burtonmail Saturday, December 7, 2019 11:50:00 AM EAT

Paul Byrne added ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : "We have talked about it for the last few weeks and suggested Macmillan Cancer Support as it is a local charity in Whittington, Lichfield. " External link

burtonmail Friday, December 6, 2019 2:43:00 PM EAT

Lynda Thomas said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : “More people are hearing they have cancer, at a time when the NHS desperately needs additional doctors and nurses. "This is whipping up a perfect storm which needs to be taken seriously by party leaders. Cancer patients are surviving longer and the population is getting bigger and older (Stock photo) (Image: Getty) "We need decision makers to prioritise funding and put in place the right plans to ensure we have a cancer ­workforce fit for purpose” External link

themirror Friday, November 29, 2019 1:32:00 AM EAT

Vaughan Gething said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : “Cancer is the single biggest cause of premature death in Wales and the UK. It’s highly likely cancer will touch everyone’s lives at some point. "I am very pleased Wales is leading the way in the UK by adopting the new single cancer pathway, which has broad support from clinicians and charities. "We are supporting health boards to improve performance against the new measure and I’m confident it will lead to an improved service for people affected by cancer. This is a vital step forward in improving cancer outcomes in Wales” External link

southwales-eveningpost Tuesday, August 27, 2019 10:39:00 PM EAT

Vaughan Gething said ( about Macmillan Cancer ) : “Cancer is the single biggest cause of premature death in Wales and the UK. It’s highly likely cancer will touch everyone’s lives at some point. "I am very pleased Wales is leading the way in the UK by adopting the new single cancer pathway, which has broad support from clinicians and charities. "We are supporting health boards to improve performance against the new measure and I’m confident it will lead to an improved service for people affected by cancer. This is a vital step forward in improving cancer outcomes in Wales” External link

icWales Tuesday, August 27, 2019 8:11:00 PM EAT