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Oxford's Churchill Hospital gets share of £5m NHS cash

22 November 2013 Last updated at 09:25 GMT

More money has been made available to treat people in Oxford living with cancer.

The Churchill Hospital is one of 10 across the country that will be given money to pay for people with liver cancer to receive life-prolonging treatment.

Almost £5m pounds has been made available by NHS England to help hundreds get access to specialist radiotherapy services.

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