Many people will probably know someone living with cancer. It is estimated that one in three of us will develop cancer at some point in our lives. Cancers can occur at any age, but the risk of developing cancer increases as we get older. In the UK, lung and prostate cancer are the most common cancers in men, while breast and lung cancer are the most common in women.

With the general practitioners under greater pressure than ever before to consult as many patients as possible and working on a one appointment = one problem = 10 minutes basis, time has become a major constraint for proper medical consultation and diagnosis. We at the online doctor have oncologists or cancer specialists on our medical panel and would be happy to answer any questions you may have facilitating the diagnosis process immensely.

The National Health Service (NHS) in the U.K., although being the most cost effective and accessible healthcare system in the western world, the minimal cost to the patient comes with several compromises such as long waiting times to get seen by a specialist, feeling rushed during the consultation with the specialist, limited opportunity to ask questions and clarify any doubts during the consultation process. Through our medical website one could ask medical questions, clarify any doubts and feel reassured by a panel of distinguished cancer experts.

While most cancer help UK websites provide with basic information regarding cancer, we provide evidence based, bespoke and confidential medical advice that’s tailor made to your situation.

Consult the online doctor for expert advice and guidance.