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Hefin David AM to host bowel cancer screening debate at the Senedd
Ahead of tomorrow’s debate on bowel cancer screening at the Senedd at 4.25pm (Wednesday 16 May), we are calling for vital improvements to the screening programme in Wales.
Mental Health Awareness Week 2018
Today marks the beginning of Mental Heatlh Awareness Week 2018 (14-20 May) and we want to use it as a platform to talk about the interaction between cancer and mental health.
New 'one stop shops' for cancer to speed up diagnosis and save lives
New ‘one stop shops’ designed to speed-up cancer diagnosis and help save lives are being rolled out across England.
Former Health Secretary Lord Lansley reveals he has bowel cancer
For Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, the former Health Secretary Lord Andrew Lansley has revealed that he has bowel cancer and says that his disease could have been caught sooner had a pilot national screening…
Three month course of chemotherapy as effective as six months following surgery for bowel cancer
New research published in Lancet Oncology has shown that many patients receiving chemotherapy following surgery for bowel cancer may only need three months treatment rather than the six months currently…
People at high risk of cancer denied a £200 life saving genetic test
Ahead of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month in April, we reveal that hospitals across the UK are failing to test all bowel cancer patients at the time of their diagnosis for a genetic condition called Lynch…
EM Imaging announce Bowel Cancer UK and Beating Bowel Cancer as charity partner
We’re delighted to be announced as Edinburgh Molecular (EM) Imaging’s Charity of the Year 2018.
Giant inflatable bowel back in Glasgow for Bowel Cancer Awareness Month
We are giving Glaswegians the chance to walk inside a giant inflatable bowel when it returns to the city on Saturday 7 April from 10:30am – 3:30pm on Argyle Street to mark Bowel Cancer Awareness Month.