Bowel cancer is treatable and curable especially if diagnosed early. People whose cancer is diagnosed at an early stage have a much higher chance of successful treatment than those whose cancer has become more widespread. If you have any symptoms don’t ignore them.
Screening can detect bowel cancer at an early stage in people with no symptoms, when it is easier to treat. Sometimes it can prevent bowel cancer from developing in the first place by picking up non-cancerous growths (polyps) which could become cancerous
We’re delighted to announce that Professor David Jayne, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, has been appointed the UK’s first Bowel Cancer UK/Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS Eng) Colorectal Research Chair, jointly funded by the charity and University of Leeds.
There can be a range of treatment for bowel cancer including surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. There are also treatments for bowel cancer that has spread. Once diagnosed, the health professionals looking after you will talk though which treatments may be suitable for you
Hosting a talk in your workplace or community group is an ideal way to raise awareness and encourage good bowel health. Our trained volunteers across the UK have personal experience of bowel cancer and present the facts about the disease as well as highlighting their own experiences
Join us on Saturday 14 July for an unforgettable day and take part in a tandem skydive from 10,000 feet.
Bowel Cancer UK and Beating Bowel Cancer have joined together to stop bowel cancer. We are determined to save lives, improve the quality of life and support all those affected by bowel cancer in the UK.
We have the pleasure to be able to call on some amazing celebrities to act as our ambassadors and patrons to support our vital research and lifesaving work to stop bowel cancer. They help fundraise, attend events and support our campaigns
We work with a range of corporate partners across the UK and their support and enthusiasm is vital