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patients currently face outdated equipment and insufficient diagnoses according to the independent counsel task force survival rates they better than they've ever been still lag behind similar european countries we know we can actually do better , but as an opportunity to improve prevention probably about forty percent of cancers are preventable , and then for people who do need cancer treatment we wanna make it much quicker for people to get a diagnosis and get started on high quality care wanting to people who develop cancer at some point in their lives that puts enormous pressure on the n. h. s. , under the new strategy not just treatment but prevention will be addressed smoking is the greatest risk factor for cancer and the government will devise a new plan to curb tobacco use , it's also plans to give results to ninety five percent of patients within four weeks , the overhaul will close the n. h. s. four hundred million pounds but its hopes in the long term the benefits will outweigh the initial bill