Prime Minister David Cameron has tweeted that thousands more people will get cancer drugs after announcing a two-year extension to the Cancer Drugs Fund.
Thousands more patients will get life-extending cancer drugs thanks to the extra £400 million we're investing in the Cancer Drugs Fund.
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