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Cancer patients' survey praises care but shows hospital variations

27 January 2014 Last updated at 15:09 GMT

A major survey of cancer patients in Wales suggests the vast majority thought their care was excellent or very good.

But the study of over 7,000 patients found there were variations between hospitals and some cancer types.

Those with rarer conditions, and lung cancer, were less likely to be positive than those with common cancers.

Macmillan Cancer Support said the figures were "fantastic" but showed areas where improvements were needed.

Steffan Messenger reports.

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