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Nominations are open for the Gary Logue Colorectal Nurse Awards
We are inviting you to nominate an outstanding colorectal cancer nurse for the sixth annual Gary Logue Colorectal Nurse Awards in September.
Changes to shielding guidance in England
A two-staged relaxation of shielding guidance for those who are clinically extremely vulnerable has been announced by the UK Government today.
Bowel cancer screening set to resume in Wales this summer
Bowel cancer screening is due to start again in Wales this summer, following a pause as a result of the coronavirus pandemic - a move which we welcomed today.
Regular dose of daily aspirin found to reduce the risk of bowel cancer in high risk people for a decade after stopping treatment
Scotland extends shielding advice until end of July
The Scottish Government has this afternoon extended its shielding advice for people living in Scotland until 31 July.
UK ‘lagging behind’ on bowel cancer diagnosis and survival rates
Shocking new figures show people in the UK are less likely to be diagnosed with bowel cancer at an early stage, or to live longer than five years after their diagnosis, compared with other similar high-income…
New bowel cancer treatment approved by the European Commission
A new treatment combination for people living with a rare form of bowel cancer has taken a major step forward following approval by the European Commission.
We welcome Scottish Government decision to prioritise cancer services
New measures to help prioritise cancer services in Scotland, as the NHS moves into its recovery phase following the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, were announced this afternoon
Cancer care backlog affecting more than two million in the UK
More than two million people in the UK with cancer, or suspected of having types of the disease including bowel cancer, could be affected by disruption caused by coronavirus, new figures show.