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Every community pharmacy team will come into contact with cancer patients or their family members

Cancer patients have traditionally been managed almost exclusively within secondary care, but as the number of people living with cancer increases, secondary care needs to work with primary care to better support patients, their carers and families. Estimates indicate that around 32 newly diagnosed cancer patients will visit a community pharmacy each year.

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