dans une étude, la Ligue contre le cancer denounces “de profondes inégalités” de prize en charge

According to this study, 19% of participants did not consult the set of recommended professionals and gave up for financial or geographical accessibility reasons.

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La Ligue contre le cancer denèce “de profondes inégalités” de prize en charge et d’accès aux soins contre la maladie, dans une étude parue mardi september 20, à laquelle franceinfo a eu accès. “Le constat inquiétant reveille de great disparités de prize en charge et de suivi chez les personnes qui vivent avec les consequences d’un cancer sau des traitements”, he wrote at Ligue dans son étude.

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Aujourd’hui, 3.8 million Français have known an experience of cancer in the course of their lives. They must live with the physical and psychological consequences of their illness. According to this study, 26% of the personnes interrogées were not referred to health professionals, who could soulager them after treatment. Chez les personnes who resent au moins une consequence de leur cancer ou des traitements, 53% perceived a lack of coordination between the different professionals who accompany them.

“Le manque d’offres on certain territoires, le manque d’effectifs, ou encore les probleme finances may also hinder un prize en charge adequate des consequences du cancer. 19% of the participants who did not consult the whole often recommended professionals. you have given up for financial or geographical accessibility reasons”, égamente constate la Ligue contre le cancer dans son étude. According to the Ligue, les personnes susceptible de renuncer plus aux soins de support sunt plus systematicamente des jeunes, des personnes dont les revenus are weak and who reside in territories where little soins is offered.

Face à ce constat, the Ligue contre le cancer asks notably aux pouvoirs publics to mettre en place une “Financially and geographically accessible support care offers throughout the national territory”. Elle demande également un “perennial funding” des infirmières de coordination en cancérologie ainsi qu’une “guarantee of continuity of care”.

This study was produced for the Ligue contre le cancer at the Ipsos Institute. The investigation was carried out thanks to a paper questionnaire and in contact line of 7 709 people who were accompanied by cancer. These people were interviewed between January 4 and April 15, 2021.

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