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New tool for GPs to tackle late cancer diagnosis

Latest articles: New tool for GPs to tackle late cancer diagnosisThursday 18 July 2019A new patient-recommended tool for GPs is being launched across England in a bid to catch cancers sooner.Known as GatewayC, the innovative online training tool has already shown...

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Supporting patients with impotence: 3 questions to ask

Latest articles: Impotence is very common and often affects up to 90% of men following radiotherapy treatment, particularly treatment for bowel or prostate cancer. How can GPs support patients experiencing these difficulties? Specialist viewpointThe first step in...

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Preparing a patient for a suspected cancer referral

Latest articles: Up to 1 in 10 patients do not attend their two week wait appointment, with some patients not understanding the seriousness of the referral. This statistic shows how important it is for GPs to share their concerns around the possibility of cancer, but...

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Cancer Keys

Cancer Keys: Prostate cancer and nocturia

Latest articles: Welcome to Cancer Keys, a regular bite-sized learning column brought to you by GatewayC in collaboration with Cancer Research UK. Prostate cancer and nocturiaMany men with early prostate cancer don’t have any obvious signs or symptoms. However, early...

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Cancer Keys: Pruritus as a symptom of lymphoma

Latest articles: Welcome to Cancer Keys, a regular bite-sized learning column brought to you by GatewayC in collaboration with Cancer Research UK. Pruritus as a symptom of lymphomaBesides a lump, pruritus (or itching) can be another associated symptom of...

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#Hellomynameis

#hellomynameis – Chelsea, Research Associate

Latest articles: With communication at the heart of GatewayC and fundamental to improving patient care, this blog series focuses on introductions and reflections from the team behind the programme. In this post, we’re introducing Chelsea Sawyer, Research Associate for...

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