For cancer survivor Greig Trout, beating the disease twice has been an inspiration.
He is now trying to inspire other sufferers with his video diary chronicling the '101 things to do when you survive'.
Unfortunately for many other patients, cancer is not caught early enough and 160,000 people still die from the disease each year in the UK.
Experts say better diagnosis rates have the potential to save thousands of lives, as well as saving money on expensive treatment for late-stage cancers.
ITV News reporter Sascha Williams reports.
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