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The Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) is an annual survey sent to some people who have recently experienced cancer in England.

The results of the survey provide vital insight into the experiences of people treated for cancer within the NHS. It is used to understand what could improve patient satisfaction, evaluate how well the NHS is caring for people, and how to make cancer services better.

Questions in CPES range from a wide range of aspects of care, including whether patients felt they were:

• treated with dignity and respect
• given useful information about their diagnosis and treatment
• involved in decisions about their care
• satisfied with the administration of care.

Small numbers of 20 or below are suppressed and are shown as [N/A].
We have done this in order to prevent identifying patients who may have filled in the survey.

The data presented below is from CPES 2015.

Download the full national reports from:

CPES 2015
CPES 2016.

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Being told ‘you have cancer’ can affect so much more than your health. But we are here to help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can.

To get involved, donate, volunteer, or campaign, call 0300 1000 200 today or visit macmillan.org.uk/get-involved