Oncology – what does it show us about the wider NHS in the years ahead?

Oncology has always been a singular therapy area, covering a bewildering varieties of tumour types, conditions and clinical challenges.

Across the NHS it has special status too – its own strategy and its own formalised set of clinical networks that no other therapy area has.

At the HSJ Cancer Forum last month, I learned three important things which I thought demonstrated how the NHS could work in the future. Here’s what I think pharma should know.

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