Cancer Patients Diagnosed More Quickly | Lung Cancer Dispatch |

"The time taken to diagnose some of the more common cancers—from the point when a patient first reports a possible symptom to their general practitioner (GP)– fell in adults by an average of five days in just under a decade, according to research published in the British Journal of Cancer."

Editor's Note: In the study, time from first symptoms to cancer diagnosis fell from an average of 125 to 120 days in 7 years, for adults in the UK.