Sharing this from Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. K

The Cancer Drugs Fund has been in the papers a lot recently as its future after 2014 is uncertain. Established in 2010, it provides £200m each year to enable patients with cancer in England to access drugs that are not routinely funded by their local NHS.

As the leading UK blood cancer research charity we want to ensure the needs of blood cancer patients are being heard by decision makers.

This short survey will help us gain insights into the impact of Cancer Drugs Fund on the blood cancer community and will inform our policy position on access to medicines, new treatments and clinical trials for blood cancer patients.

The Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) applies to patients eligible for NHS services in England so the survey is therefore aimed at blood cancer patients, their carers and families, and clinicians based in England only. For more information on the Fund please visit NHS England website.

The survey is anonymous and will take no more than 5 minutes to complete.

Your input is important to us so thanks in advance for your time and help with this!