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Put the kettle on for Brew Together this October
Catch up with friends, family and colleagues over a cup of tea and make a donation to the charity to help stop people dying from bowel cancer.
New bowel cancer test leads to screening rate rise
A new, easier to use test for bowel cancer has led to a significant rise in screening rates in Scotland, figures have shown.
New draft guidance says aspirin taken daily could reduce risk of bowel cancer for people with Lynch syndrome
Aspirin taken daily for more than two years could reduce the risk of bowel cancer in people with Lynch syndrome, NICE (The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) has said in new draft guidance.
Bowel cancer patients in Scotland’s most deprived areas less likely to have an early diagnosis
New figures from the Scottish government’s Detect Cancer Early (DCE) programme shows that a third of cancer patients in Scotland's most deprived areas were not diagnosed until the most advanced stage…
Survival rates for bowel cancer have plateaued, according to new figures
New figures showing cancer survival rates in England, published by the Office for National Statistics, indicate that survival rates for bowel cancer have remained relatively the same over the last decade.
We’ve been shortlisted in the Brand Development category at the Third Sector Excellence Awards
We’re delighted to announce we’ve been shortlisted in the Brand Development category at this year’s Third Sector Excellence Awards, which comes on the brands first birthday.
Happy birthday to us!
Today is our very first anniversary of the charity’s new brand.
Number of young people developing bowel cancer has jumped by a fifth in the US
The incidence of bowel cancer in younger people has risen by a fifth in a decade, according to a US study published in the journal Cancer.
Nominations are open for the Gary Logue Colorectal Nurse Awards
We are inviting you to nominate an outstanding colorectal cancer nurse for the fourth annual Gary Logue Colorectal Nurse Awards in September.
School children host bowel cancer event
Pupils from a secondary school in Wales hosted an event for their parents, governors and members of the community to showcase what they have learnt about bowel cancer, the symptoms and the importance of…