Pseudomyxoma Survivor’s Susan met with Ilkley MP, John Grogan, to discuss the work of Pseudomyxoma Survivor and Cancer52, an alliance of 95 predominantly small cancer charities united by their vision of seeking a better future for everyone affected by rare and less common cancers. Based on current data, 46 percent of cancers diagnosed are rare and less common, yet they account for 54 percent of cancer deaths.

http://www.ilkleygazette.co.uk/news/15807146.MP_backs_group_work_on_cancer/

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