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Excellent care through partnership

London Cancer is a partnership of NHS, academic, charity and cancer specialists dedicated to providing  expert, compassionate care for every patient, every time.



Our vision

To offer local women a world-class gynaecological cancer service, that rivals the best systems internationally. To support women holistically in their care and treatment and to offer all women a full range of treatment options, choice of care plan and locality, as well as access to innovation and research taking place across the System.


London Cancer brings together local GPs and all 12 of the area's secondary and tertiary care providers in a formal governance structure, which also harnesses the expertise of leading cancer academics and charities.

Our new partnership will focus cancer care on the needs of the patient in a way that has not been possible under the current model of care, which too often delivers a disjointed and fragmented experience.  It will also address the poorer cancer clinical outcomes in London, to eliminate the estimated 1000 avoidable deaths from cancer in the capital every year.

Comprehensive, seamless pathways of care across the system

London Cancer clinicians at local hospitals will work in partnership with GPs and colleagues from across the system to map out a comprehensive, seamless clinical pathway for every patient.  Patients will be diagnosed efficiently and have access to the best care and treatment the system can offer for treating their particular cancer, no matter where they live or first access care. 

The pathway director  for gynaecology and the pathway board will support providers to improve access to screening and diagnostics so that treatment can begin as soon as possible.  The pathway director will also drive the system towards international best practice so that all patients have access to the full range of care of a world-class system. 


For further information about the gynaecological pathway please contact Tina Strack, Pathway Manager, by email or on 020 7679 9513.

Latest news


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Go-ahead announced to revolutionise cancer and heart disease care in London

Pioneering approach, designed to save over 1,000 lives a year, will link local hospitals and GPs with specialist ‘centres of excellence’, including the largest heart surgery centre in the country.

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What's on...

Thursday 9th October 2014

Dermatology Matters Study Day - Thursday 9th October 2014 (12.30 - 5.30pm) For GPs and other interested healthcare professionals

Tuesday 7th October 2014

London Cancer are pleased to invite you to a training day for MDT Coordinators on Tuesday, 7th October 2014, 09.30-15.30

Friday 3rd October 2014

London Cancer presents the Patient Forum on Cystic Tumours of the Pancreas which will take place on Friday, 03 October 2014 from 09:00 to 13:00 in The Atrium at Royal Free Hospital, Pond Street, London NW3 2QG Please join London Cancer and the HPB Pathway Board for a half day dedicated to cystic tumours of the pancreas. This event will give patients and the public the chance to learn more about these tumours and an opportunity to input into research.

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