BOPA 2017 | The CRUK Facilitator programme: collaborating with pharmacists

Gillian Phillips

The earlier cancer is diagnosed, the higher the chance of recovery. At the British Oncology Pharmacy Association (BOPA) 20th Annual Symposium 2017 in Glasgow, UK, Gillian Phillips from Cancer Research UK, Glasgow, UK discusses how to improve cancer patient outcomes. Ms Phillips also provides an overview of the Facilitator programme run by CRUK, which works with a range of healthcare professionals, including pharmacists, to ensure early cancer diagnosis and cancer prevention.

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