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NHS rolls Out ‘COVID-friendly’ bowel cancer treatment for advanced disease
The NHS have announced today that a bowel cancer treatment which was granted permission for use during the COVID-19 pandemic will continue to be available to patients.
NHS England release new plans to rebuild after COVID-19 disruption
The NHS have today published their plans for the third phase to the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out what this means for bowel cancer patients.
Comfort in the palm of your hand
We've teamed up with a community group in Wales who make hand-carved wooden comfort birds to bring comfort to people who are anxious, in pain, or have been through trauma.
We announce staff consultation on redundancies due to income losses of almost 40% caused by coronavirus pandemic
We have begun a redundancy consultation with staff today because of a huge loss of income as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Around 40% of its staff could be at risk of redundancy in the coming weeks.
Scottish Government to invest £7.8m in endoscopy
The Scottish Government has announced a £7.8m investment to tackle the backlog of patients waiting to have an endoscopy.
BBC’s George Alagiah hosts our videocast
BBC journalist George Alagiah has spoken to a woman with advanced bowel cancer about life in lockdown and her devastation at having an operation cancelled due to coronavirus, in our exclusive videocast.
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.
A million missed opportunities for bowel cancer screening
Our figures show the number of bowel cancer screening invitations not sent out in England have surpassed the million mark since lockdown began in March.