Southampton's university hospitals have been named most improved centre in the country by cancer patients.
The University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust recorded some of the highest scores in the country.
91% of patients said they were given clear verbal and written explanations of tests, investigations and operations as well as saying their overall cancer care was 'excellent' or 'very good'.
Three quarters of patients had confidence in the doctors and nurses treating them.
69% also said their families were given the opportunity to talk to hospital doctors.
The national cancer patient experience survey, published by NHS England, questioned 116,000 patients across 155 NHS Trusts about their care, treatment and communication from doctors and nurses.
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