Woman recalls moment A&E doctors told her she had cancer
Nearly a quarter of cancer cases in England are only diagnosed when a patient is admitted to Accident and Emergency.
The National Cancer Intelligence Network looked at nearly 750,000 patients' experiences between 2006-2008 in England to see how cancer was diagnosed.
Around 58,400 cancers a year were diagnosed through emergency hospital admissions.
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