Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock said: "Whether it's treating ever more people in their communities, using the latest technology to tackle preventable diseases, or giving every baby the very best start in life - this Government has given the NHS the multi-billion pound investment needed to nurture and safeguard our nation's health service for generations to come".
Fran Woodard, executive director of policy and impact at Macmillan Cancer Support, said: "This plan gives us confidence that providing high-quality cancer treatment and care will continue to be a priority for the NHS, thanks to the significant focus on cancer".
After a year of consultation, the NHS has announced how it plans to spend the £20.5 billion promised by NHS England.
NHS England claimed that there will be a "renewed focus" on prevention to help prevent up to 85,000 premature deaths each year.
More than three million people will benefit from improved stroke, respiratory and cardiac services over the next decade. "Not money to plug a gap or shore up a problem - but funding to protect the long-term future of the NHS".
NHS said it will use digital technology to ensure that best practice is followed, generics are used where possible and duplication is eliminated.
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Prime Minister Theresa May said that the investment would help "transform" services for patients who would experience "world class treatment".
She said: We're slipping against the targets, despite the fact we are actually doing more [treatments], the demand is outstripping that.
"This is the kind of sustained investment we need to see to put mental health on an equal footing with physical health and, if delivered, this plan will make a difference to the lives of thousands of people with mental health problems".
Sarah Wilkinson, chief executive of NHS Digital, welcomed the publication of the plan and its focus on technology. It tackles head-on the pressures our staff face.
Developers will be encouraged to build new functions on the app to support specific communities and conditions, and the NHS login will provide a single way for patients to identify themselves for a range of services.
In the future, the NHS will do much more to support people to stay healthy, rather than just treat them when ill.
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Although the number of NHS staff working in hospitals and community health services in England who report they are from the rest of the European Union has risen in the two years since the referendum in June 2016, this has coincided with a fall in the number of staff whose nationality is unknown.
Chief Executive of th eHealth Foundation think-tank, Jennifer Dixon, has also prediction it will be "extremely tough" to fulfil pledges outlined due to the scale of staffing shortages, rising pressure, and cuts to other parts of the wider healthcare system.
And after the best part of a decade of austerity, there's a lot of catching up to be done - both in terms of performance against the main NHS targets, and finance.
They added that "almost everything" within the plan is being implemented successfully somewhere within the NHS, and that the plan will now ensure these initiatives are rolled out across the entire organisation. As we said in our consultation response, it is unacceptable that many optical practices still have to rely on fax machines to make referrals to secondary care for sight-threatening conditions.
Along these lines, generally, there is a lack of brain cancer scientists in the United Kingdom and this is hampering both scientific research and collective progress.
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