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Resolve: Improving health status and symptom experience for people living with advanced cancer

In Yorkshire, over 14,000 people die from advanced cancer each year, a number expected to rise up to 17,000 by 2030. 

In the weeks or months before they die, people with advanced cancer often experience pain, breathlessness, or tiredness/exhaustion, which reduce the quality of their remaining life. 

This programme aims to improve these symptoms and the health of Yorkshire patients living with advanced cancer and help to support their families. 

This will be achieved through early identification of those who need help, regularly assessing and monitoring symptoms and providing better management for the most difficult symptoms.

Visit the Hull York Medical School trial website

Lead researcher

Dr Lucy Ziegler

Senior Research Fellow, University of Leeds

Every 17 minutes someone is diagnosed with cancer in Yorkshire

Our aim is for more people to survive cancer, here in Yorkshire and beyond.

Please help us continue to fund life-saving research.

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