Dr Mick Peake notes that a multipronged and co-ordinated approach to the management of lung cancer can help the UK improve its survival rate
Lung cancer accounts for around 22 per cent of all cancer deaths in the UK; there being 28,566 deaths in England alone from that cause in 2016.
We’ve all been there. It’s an average day, you’re walking down the road, and you play a new favourite song at an irresponsibly loud volume. It comes buzzing through your headphones and, suddenly, your life is basically that scene from 500 Days of Summer after Joseph Gordon-Levitt had some nice missionary sex. The sun is shining! Fountains squirt water in time to the beat! You wiggle your butt (almost imperceptibly, you’re not a freak) as you walk! A cartoon bird warbles along with the vocals!
Have you ever had somebody try to explain logically why your feminist views are misdirected? Perhaps you’ve had to watch them draw you a graph, or even a pie chart, delineating why feminism should be replaced with the word "humanism". Maybe you’ve tried to contribute to a conversation about sexual violence against women, only to have your opinion drowned out by the booming sound of a man’s voice citing statistics about male rape victims.