Cornwall cancer services supporters rally against plans that could see patients having to go to Plymouth, Exeter or Bristol for their treatment and care

Dozens of people rallied in the centre of Cornwall’s capital city to voice their discontent and opposition to plans by NHS England to centralise cancer treatment services. More than 60 people, waving placards and speaking to shoppers and residents, gathered on Lemon Quay in Truro in a bid to drum up support against the government’s proposal and take part in a consultation before it closes today.
Cornwall Live