Cancer drugs fund to be extended until 2016
28 September 2013 Last updated at 08:32 BST
A £200m-a-year fund for life-enhancing cancer drugs is to continue until 2016, the prime minister has announced.
The Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) was set up in 2011 to help patients in England access certain drugs before they get approval for widespread NHS use.
The scheme was due to end next year, but David Cameron has pledged £400m to keep it running.
Cancer charities have welcomed the move, but Labour accused the prime minister of "letting down" patients.
Branwen Jeffreys reports.