NHS should use private capacity to treat anticipated ‘deluge’ of cancer patients

Professor Karol Sikora, chief medical officer, Rutherford Health

The private sector will have a key role to play in treating a ‘deluge’ of cancer patients once the Covid-19 outbreak eases, Professor Karol Sikora said today. The oncology specialist and chief medical officer of Rutherford Health told a Public Policy Projects webinar that the NHS would have to use ‘everything it has got’ as…

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