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Funding has been "back-ended" to the end of the decade and will actually fall in real terms in 2018-19, he said.
Her claim to have added more money was "stretching it", he said.
In Leeds, it said, doctors pointed to a lack of intensive care recovery beds that had forced their hand.
An NHS England spokesman said: "Everyone in the NHS will be pulling out all the stops to make sure all patients get their surgery as quickly as possible.
There has been a steady increase in operations over the last 15 years but, despite this, the NHS is helping more people survive cancer than ever before." Dr Wollaston hit out at the Government after Downing Street said GP surgeries were not doing enough to meet NHS commitments to see patients twelve hours a day, seven days a week amid the growing crisis, leaving hospitals unable to cope with demand.
: "I can’t see that there’s anything to be gained by trying to scapegoat a section of the primary care community at a point where they are understaffed, under pressure, and frankly demoralised." On Friday a survey indicated more than half of Britons – 53 per cent – supported increasing National Insurance from 12 to 13 per cent so the extra revenue could be invested in the NHS. It came after Simon Stevens, the chief executive of NHS England, told MPs the health service "got less than we asked for" in funding, directly contradicting Prime Minister Theresa May.
Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in the UK.
Some patients have reportedly been told with just a day's notice that their surgery has been postponed, with a leading surgeon saying it was "extremely worrying" that hospitals had resorted to the decisions.
We want to help make sure that people with bowel cancer receive the best care possible.
The more we know about the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care of this disease and the outcomes, the more can be done to improve things.
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