Find out how you can campaign to improve early diagnosis by calling on your CCG to improve early diagnosis pathways.
In England, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are responsible for deciding what NHS services are needed in a local area. They can play a vital role in improving early diagnosis of ovarian cancer by having sufficient systems to support primary care, like GPs.
CCGs are only part of the NHS in England. However, if you live in the other nations of the UK, you can campaign with us to improve early diagnosis. Email to find out how to get involved: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campaigning top tip – CCGs often put on events for residents to share their views. They're usually advertised on social media, so try to keep an eye out for these. You could attend and ask what they're doing to improve early diagnosis of ovarian cancer and reference our new CCG report and animation.
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