14 Oct 15

Peter Donnelly, the lead author of the study, is a consultant surgeon at Torbay Hospital, cancer specialists,e Breast Cancer Studies Group of the National Cancer Research Institute , the study in conjunction with Group initiated in the development of primary health care. He said: While this research looked at what happened in the UK, concluded that good follow-up is important, is more complex than previously thought and requires careful planning and coordination between hospitals and community-based healthcare teams are applicable in many other countries. .

The researchers found that only nine % of cancer specialists, patients according to protocols with the guidelines from NICE , the duration of follow-up dismissed adapted by specialists between a year over 10 years has been, in some cases, and varied the frequency of mammograms for invasive and non – invasive disease between one and three years. Perception of it cited lack of trust in GPs experience and education in the area of oncology and the loss of data on patient outcome as their main concerns discharging patients in the care of the local doctors and nurses..Also the researchers have discovered that the new trunk might just have one change and mutation which in inefficient interacting with the influenza medicine oseltamivir in which would commonly referred to cause known as a Tamiflu, raising the possibility that strains would resistant against Tamiflu easily occur.