Cancer

Patient Information Leaflets on Two Week Wait Referrals

If a GP suspects you may have cancer, they can refer them for urgent tests which should be carried out within two weeks.  You can find patient information leaflets about this sort of referral in the table below

  • General leaflet about two week wait referrals
  • Leaflet about two week wait referral for suspected soft tissue sarcoma
  • Leaflet about two week wait referral for suspected cancer of unknown primary origin

General Information

Please follow the link for information about cancer from NHS Choices.

You can also find information about signs and symptoms of cancer and what to do if you are worried on the Speak Up Against Cancer website.

Cancer Prevention and Screening

For information on lifestyle changes that can help lower the risk of cancer, please see the Healthy Living pages.

For information on cancer screening, please see the Screening page

Support available

Macmillan Cancer Support

You can find information, leaflets and videos on the Macmillan Cancer Support website.

Macmillan Horizon Centre

Please follow the link for more about the Macmillan Cancer Support Horizon Centre in Brighton.

Albion in the Community 

Albion in the Community etc etc https://www.speakupagainstcancer.org/ 

Benefits and Finances

You can find information about welfare, benefits and money advice from the Citizens Advice Bureau branch at the Horizon Centre

Email: horizonbenefitsadvice@macmillan.org.uk or macmillan@brightonhovecab.org.uk
Call: 01273 468770 or 01273 223955

Patient Information Leaflet about Two Week Wait referrals

The Patient Information Leaflet about Two Week Wait referrals is for use by practice colleagues, patients and the public.

If you have any questions about this document, please contact us.

Patient Information Leaflet about suspected Cancer of Unknown Primary Referral


The Patient Information Leaflet about suspected Cancer of Unknown Primary Referral is for sharing with patients

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Patient Information Leaflet about Urgent Referral for Suspected Sarcoma


The Patient Information Leaflet about Urgent Referral for Suspected Sarcoma is for use by clinicians and for sharing with patients and the public.

If you have any questions about this document, please contact us.