THOUSANDS of cancer are passed every week because patients don’t go to their doctors, a charity has warned.
Cancer Research UK said referrals for urgent hospital appointments or examinations were down 75 percent from the start Covid-19 Plague.
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Charity Sarah Woolnough said about 2,300 cancers a week were missed.
Many can be treated cancer will become inoperable if they remain undetected, he warned.
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