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Dec 2011 - Protocol for Ipilimumab in Melanoma Click Here for more

Dec 2011 - Children, Teenage and Young Adult Guidelines updated Click Here for more

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Welcome to the North East Yorkshire and Humber
Clinical Alliance (Cancer)

NEYHCA has now closed and this website will no longer be updated.
Please contact the Yorkshire and Humber Strategic Clinical Network for any help needed.

This website has been designed as a resource for health professionals, patients and the public to find out more about the work of the NEYHCA (Cancer) and provide rapid access to our publications.

NEYHCA (Cancer) supports the overarching NEYHCA Vision;

Pursue Excellence to achieve Better Care, Better Outcomes and a Better Future

The NEYHCA (Cancer) serves a population of approximately 1.1 million people and is located in the North East on England along the North Yorkshire and Humberside Coast. The NEYHCA (Cancer) partners include a number of NHS, voluntary and independent organisations. A list of partner organisations such as NHS Acute Trusts, Cancer Registry, Voluntary Organisations and Hospices is available under Useful Links

We hope that this website provides you with the information you require.

 

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