I and the cancer survivors and carer who have volunteered will be putting forward your views and comments.
On the 9 June meeting itself we will be working across the tumour boundaries the rarer cancer organizations represent to consider the survivorship pathway through cross cutting themes such as work and finance, self management and information. We will be using the NCSI survivorship pathway model and examples of specific tumour site pathways, which have been produced in conjunction with the NCSI workstream as part of the mapping of the survivorship journey.
We are also invited to present a completed pathway for the mouth (head and neck) cancers by Wednesday 17 June.
There is more information in the NCSI Newsletters which are available to view here.
Your comments and suggestions are welcomed.