How cancer care was sidelined in the fight against Covid-19 – podcast | The Guardian

With NHS services consumed by the fight against Covid-19 in recent months, cancer care has been dealt a blow, with diagnoses and treatment delayedWhen the UK went into lockdown in March, the NHS braced for what it knew would be one of the most challenging periods in its history. As wards were cleared, staff were redeployed to the fight against Covid-19 that risked overwhelming the health service. But amid the upheaval, patients with other deadly diseases had their treatments and diagnoses delayed. The Guardian’s health policy editor, Denis Campbell, tells Anushka Asthana that the impact of coronavirus has been particularly hard on cancer care in the UK. Thousands of cases have gone undiagnosed and the backlog of appointments exceeds 2 million. Continue reading…

With NHS services consumed by the fight against Covid-19 in recent months, cancer care has been dealt a blow, with diagnoses and treatment delayed

When the UK went into lockdown in March, the NHS braced for what it knew would be one of the most challenging periods in its history. As wards were cleared, staff were redeployed to the fight against Covid-19 that risked overwhelming the health service. But amid the upheaval, patients with other deadly diseases had their treatments and diagnoses delayed.

The Guardian’s health policy editor, Denis Campbell, tells Anushka Asthana that the impact of coronavirus has been particularly hard on cancer care in the UK. Thousands of cases have gone undiagnosed and the backlog of appointments exceeds 2 million.

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