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Join us for Walk Together this June to help stop people dying from bowel cancer
Registrations are now open for our annual Walk Together fundraiser this June.
We've teamed up with ITV's Lorraine to raise awareness of bowel cancer
We're delighted to be working with ITV's Lorraine on the No Butts campaign, launched today during Bowel Cancer Awareness Month.
Update of surveillance guidance for people who have a higher risk of bowel cancer
The British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG) have updated their guidance for endoscopy services during the COVID-19 pandemic for people who have a higher risk of bowel cancer.
Alarmingly low symptom awareness for the UK's second biggest cancer killer
With today marking the first day of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, we have released new survey results which show too many people remain unaware of the signs they could have bowel cancer.
NHS England has updated interim treatment options during the COVID-19 pandemic
Interim treatment options which have allowed for greater flexibility in the management of bowel cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic will remain in place for some months, NHS England has said today.
Cancer care in Wales is at risk without a new cancer strategy
Cancer services in Wales could struggle to recover after the coronavirus pandemic, leading to poorer care and outcomes for patients, unless a new strategy is developed by the Welsh Government.
New study finds endoscopy backlog reaches half a million in England
A backlog of nearly half a million endoscopy procedures, essential for diagnosing bowel and oesophageal cancers, has built up during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study has found.
Coronavirus disruption will lead to avoidable cancer deaths
Disruption to cancer care caused by the pandemic could see bowel cancer survival rates return to those last seen in 2010, a new report published today warns.
A statement from One Cancer Voice: Plotting a route out of the pandemic and towards world-leading cancer services
We’ve joined together with 46 other cancer charities, as part of One Cancer Voice, to send a united message to all governments across the UK.
Tens of thousands of patients in England waiting too long for bowel cancer tests
The number of people in England waiting longer than six weeks for tests that can help to diagnose bowel cancer has increased by over six-fold compared to the same time last year, according to figures published…