Albert Owen AS

Albert Owen yw Aelod Seneddol Ynys Môn ac yn aelod o Bwyllgor Dethol Datblygu Rhyngwladol.

Etholwyd yn wreiddiol yn 2001 a mae wedi bod yn aelod o Bwyllgorau Dethol Materion Cymraeg ac Ynni a Newid Hinsawdd.  Mae’n aelod o Banel Cadeiryddion Llefarydd Ty’r Cyffredin ac wedi bod yn ymwneud â Grwpiau Holl-Bleidiol ar Ynni, Iechyd a Chyfathrebu Digidol.

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8 June 2018

Ynys Mon MP, Albert Owen is backing a life-saving appeal from Cancer Research UK for more NHS cancer staff.

He joined campaigners in Westminster earlier this week at the launch of the charity’s new campaign - ‘Shoulder to Shoulder Against Cancer’.

It encourages everyone to stand shoulder to shoulder with the NHS by calling on the UK Government to tackle the chronic shortage of staff who diagnose and treat the disease.

For 70 years the NHS has been at the forefront of fighting cancer, but with a growing and ageing population cancer services are struggling to cope with the increased number of diagnoses.

This means more staff are urgently needed to keep up with the demand for life-saving tests and treatments, yet already 1 in 10 NHS diagnostic posts are unfilled.

In the UK, cancer survival rates are still lagging behind the best in Europe and cancers are diagnosed at an advanced stage, when they are harder to treat successfully.

Cancer Research UK is now urging the UK Government to commit to training and employing more NHS staff to diagnose and treat cancer earlier.

Albert Owen MP said: “More people are surviving cancer than ever before, thanks to the fantastic work of the NHS staff who turn breakthroughs in research into vital tests and treatments.

“But as the health service reaches its 70th birthday, it’s facing unprecedented challenges.

“Every year, around 4,500 people are diagnosed with cancer in Ynys Môn. With this number set to rise, it’s vital that we have an NHS which is fit to deliver world-class care for all cancer patients now and in the future.

“That’s why I’m backing Cancer Research UK’s call to stand shoulder to shoulder with the NHS against cancer, so that everyone has the best possible chance of surviving this devastating disease.”

Today, 2 in 4 people survive their cancer. Cancer Research UK’s ambition is for this to be 3 in 4 by 2034. To help save more lives investment is needed in key professions, including radiographers and radiologists who carry out and interpret scans such as MRIs, endoscopists who look inside the body by inserting a tiny camera and pathologists who look for abnormal cells, as well as oncologists (cancer specialists), nurses and surgeons.

During the event, Albert Owen MP, met with constituent and Cancer Campaigns Ambassador, Trefor Hughes-Morris who is committed to the cause.

Trefor Hughes-Morris said: “As someone who has been impacted by cancer, I have utmost respect for the wonderful work of the dedicated NHS staff who are on the frontline fighting cancer.”

“We know they are under enormous strain, so it’s up to all of us to stand shoulder to shoulder with the NHS against the disease and help prevent a future crisis.

“I’m calling on MPs and the public to support this vitally important campaign because by acting right now, we can improve survival and help make our cancer services among the best world.”

To take action visit or join the conversation on twitter #ShouldertoShoulder.

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