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Throughout June it’s time to Step up for 30. It’s really simple, just get active each day and ask people to sponsor you to help us save lives and improve the quality of life of everyone affected by bowel cancer.
BBC journalist George Alagiah hosts our podcast, interviewing supporters and leading experts, as well as discussing his own treatment and diagnosis.
Ask the Nurse is not an advice service. The nurses can provide you with information in response to your query, and can signpost you to further support.
The major advances in saving lives from bowel cancer in the past 20 years have all come through research. Discover how we will transform bowel cancer survival rates through strategic investment in targeted research.
Our leaflets, booklets and posters can be ordered or download for free. We produce information about symptoms, screening, good bowel health and living with bowel cancer.
Thinking of taking on a challenge? Why not sign up to one of our events and fundraise to support our research and lifesaving work
Read how people affected by bowel cancer are staying mentally and physically active during these difficult times.
Take action on our campaigns to help us improve early diagnosis and access to best treatment and care for all those affected by bowel cancer.
We asked people with bowel cancer to tell us about the support they received from people around them. We’ve used what they told us to create some tips for things that might help you support someone going through the disease.
There are many organisations and local groups offering support to people in their area affected by coronavirus measures. Whether you’re looking for support or want to help out, you might find these organisations helpful.
Join with others in a virtual cup of tea to help stop people dying of bowel cancer.