London hospital drops chemotherapy due to nursing shortage

Patients at King George hospital will have to go elsewhere as NHS trust centralises care

One of the biggest NHS trusts is to stop providing chemotherapy at one of its hospitals because it has too few specialist cancer nurses to staff the unit.

The Cedar Centre at King George hospital in Ilford, east London, will cease provision from 12 November because four of its nurses have quit and two others have gone on maternity leave.

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