Everyone  who goes through a cancer diagnosis and treatment will experience it differently. Local people who have had cancer treatment or supported someone who has, are being invited to complete an online survey to share their experiences.

The East of England Cancer Alliances, which work as part of the NHS to transform local cancer services, want to know what worked well and what might have made things better for patients and their families or supporters. The Cancer Alliances have launched a short survey to help improve cancer services across the region.

The Alliances would welcome as many people as possible to share their thoughts and experiences. All views and comments shared will be used anonymously to help design and improve NHS services for the future.

Holly Masters, from Cambridgeshire, co-chairs the East of England Cancer Alliances Patient Partnership Group said:

“Our personal experiences are vital in shaping services for the future, from diagnosis through treatment and aftercare, as well as help for families and supporters.  I very much hope that people of all ages will take this opportunity to complete the survey. Our voices matter and can make a difference.”


Please complete the survey online by this link or call 0113 539 9425 and leave contact details, one of the team will call you back and go through the survey over the telephone at a time that suits you.

The survey will close on Friday 13 October 2023.