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Middlesbrough-based Macmillan lung cancer nurse specialist Janette Hughes said: "119 people receive a diagnosis of lung cancer every day in the UK and, whilst the survival rates are poor, the important thing to remember is that if caught early enough it is treatable.
A LUNG cancer nurse specialist and a team of volunteers have raised money to help fund lung cancer research by holding a bucket collection in Newcastle.
The MCCN beat the national standard of 80% when it came to the number of patients seen by a lung cancer nurse specialist, with 81.
Worryingly, in some areas, patients never see a lung cancer nurse specialist.
One of the trust's Macmillan lung cancer nurse specialists Jeanette Draffan helps run a regular lung cancer support group.
Macmillan lung cancer nurse specialists at the University Hospital of North Tees have teamed up with the North Tees lung cancer support group and The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation to make people aware of the first signs of the UK's deadliest cancer.
Macmillan lung cancer nurse specialists Stacey Stockdale and Pauline Featonby, who support patients and their families at the hospital, teamed up with The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation for the appeal.