Detecting Cancer Early

When cancers are detected at an early stage, there is improved survivorship and morbidity due to wider treatment options and less intrusive treatment.  Run by the National Institute for Heath and Care Research (NIHR) Manchester Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), the Detecting Cancer Early Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) was established in 2018 to identify unanswered questions about what could improve the early detection of cancer.  Over 1,300 people responded to the initial question-gathering survey.

The Detecting Cancer Early PSP Top 10 was published in September 2019.

This video explains more about the interim priority setting exercise

This video explains more about the priority setting workshop


Key documents

Detecting Cancer Early PSP Protocol