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Glasgow introduces ‘Improving the Cancer Journey’ service

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Glasgow is to become the first place in Scotland where all cancer patients are automatically offered financial, emotional, clinical and practical support

By the middle of 2014, every newly diagnosed cancer patient in the city will be offered a visit from a dedicated support worker, who will help the patient and their family access all the support they need, from benefits advice to child care.

The Improving the Cancer Journey project  is a partnership between Macmillan, Glasgow City Council, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Cordia and Glasgow Life.

Read more on the website.

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