The MCCN says changes would mean improved access to more specialised and better treatments for those who are in need of critical care.
Kathy Doran, MCCN chair and chief executive of NHS Wirral, added: "Whatever option is considered .
spokesman said: "In an effort to develop world-class cancer services, the NHS in Merseyside and Cheshire is in the very early stages of reviewing how and where patients who require chemotherapy and radiotherapy might receive their treatment in the future.
Paul Mackenzie, of the MCCN
, said: "Within the schools there appeared to be a culture of peer pressure for children to be tanned, extending to bullying in some cases for those children with very pale skin.
chair Steven Parry said: ``This is about promoting the best possible quality of treatment at a few centres, rather that every hospital doing a little bit of everything.