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Asda joins our #GetOnARoll campaign
Asda will add bowel cancer symptoms to its loo roll packaging, after the retailer signed up to our #GetOnARoll campaign.
Waitrose joins our #GetOnARoll campaign to raise awareness of bowel cancer symptoms
Waitrose is the latest retailer to join our #GetOnARoll campaign, and has today announced it will be updating packaging and information available to customers to help raise awareness of bowel cancer symptoms.
Join us and Swim15 this August to help stop people dying of bowel cancer
Registrations are now open for our brand new fundraising challenge Swim15.
Aldi joins our #GetOnARoll campaign
We're delighted to announce another new partnership as a part of our #GetOnARoll campaign with supermarket Aldi, who will be adding bowel cancer signs and symptoms to packs of own brand toilet roll.
Andrex joins our #GetOnARoll campaign
We're thrilled to announce a new partnership as a part of our #GetOnARoll campaign with Andrex. The partnership will help to raise vital awareness of the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer.
Highest number of colorectal cancer diagnoses in Wales reported in latest figures
Public Health Wales have published the latest cancer incidence stats for 2019, showing the highest number of colorectal cancer diagnoses on record.
New #GetOnARoll campaign launched urging supermarkets to put bowel cancer symptoms on loo roll packaging
We're calling on supermarkets to print symptoms of the country’s fourth most common cancer on their loo roll packaging
Bowel Cancer UK nominated for Moondance Cancer Award
Find out more about our recent shortlisting for a Moondance Cancer Award in the category of ‘Public Awareness and Engagement’.
Early stage research shows promise for bowel cancer immunotherapy drug
Results of a small clinical trial at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) in New York has shown compelling early results for a potential new drug for treating bowel cancer patients. Read more.