The pair said those patients who show abnormalities will not be able to view the results but will instead be given an appointment.
The website will also allow people to see when visits are due and offers a range of information from dealing wth fatigue to financial advice.
Those without a computer will still be on the system but will receive phone calls of progress and results from their care navigator support worker, they said.
“A lot of the patients say they feel they’ve lost control of their lives when they’re diagnosed with cancer. This is a means of giving them back some control over their life.” – Angela Dawe, Living With And Beyond Cancer
Healthcare professionals will have their own portal which allows follow-up letters to be sent to both the patient and their GP at the same time.
This is the latest in a series of monthly interviews from many of the 10-strong team working on the pioneering project in association with Macmillan.