sixty-two-day target

sixty-two-day target

A term defined by the cancer targets created in response to the 1995 Calman Hine report in the UK. The 62-day target is that the first definitive therapy—whether chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery—begins within 62 days of an urgent GP referral for suspected cancer.
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