The Peninsula Cancer Alliance; working across Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, is one of 21 cancer alliances across England, bringing together clinical and other senior leaders and patients.

We plan and lead locally to deliver the ambitions set out in the NHS long-term plan. Reduce variation in outcomes and improve access to high quality, evidence based interventions across whole pathways, and for the alliances whole population.

For more information visit our projects page to see the work we are doing to transform the diagnosis, treatment and care for cancer patients in their local area. 

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Events and Newsletter

Events and Newsletter

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Cancer Campaigns

Cancer Campaigns

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Getting Support

Getting Support

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Getting Involved

Getting Involved

Latest News Around the Peninsula Cancer Alliance

World Cancer Day Today!

Today is World Cancer Day! The focus this year is on ‘Close the Care Gap’ a campaign which is all about understanding and recognising the inequities in cancer care around the globe. It’s about having an open mind, challenging assumptions and looking at the hard facts. In healthcare, inequality refers…

MySunrise Cancer Support App Shortlisted for 2022 HSJ Partnership Award

The Peninsula Cancer Alliance is delighted to announce that the MySunrise App has been shortlisted for HealthTech Partnership of the Year at the HSJ Partnership Awards 2022. These awards recognise outstanding contributions to healthcare in what has been an exceptional and challenging period across the sector. Over 190 entries were…

Are you a healthcare professional or healthcare student?

Join Northern Devon Healthcare Trust and Mummy’s Star to learn about not only Mummy’s Star and their work but more importantly provide the opportunity to learn how and why we can provide a positive pregnancy/post-natal experience for women diagnosed at this time. Research shows that pregnant women with cancer can…