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We did it! Bowel cancer screening age to be lowered to 50 in England and Wales
England and Wales announce they are lowering the bowel cancer screening age from 60 to 50, following a recommendation from the UK National Screening Committee.
We unveil our new brand
Following the merger of Bowel Cancer UK and Beating Bowel Cancer in January 2018, today we reveal the new name and brand of the new charity.
We're looking for volunteers to help people lose weight and be more active
We’re looking for volunteers from Dundee and Glasgow who can support people living in the area to reduce their risk of developing bowel cancer by helping them to lose weight and become more active.
Uptake rates for bowel cancer screening far too low - don't ignore the test!
We shine a spotlight on bowel cancer at Eisteddfod Festival
TV and radio presenter Garry Owen, colorectal surgeon Gethin Williams and Assembly Member Steffan Lewis will shine a spotlight on bowel cancer in Wales, at an event we’re hosting with Cardiff University,…
Bowel cancer screening could highlight other conditions
Having hidden blood in poo could indicate whether people are at risk of other health problems, a study of patients in Tayside, Scotland has suggested.
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.
We partner with PharmaTimes Media Awards
We’re delighted to announce that we’re partnering with PharmaTimes Media for their 2018 Communications Team of the Year Awards.
Scottish Government announce funding to tackle long waiting times for bowel cancer tests
The Scottish Government have announced urgent action to cut the number of people across Scotland waiting for tests that could diagnose bowel cancer by 20 per cent by the end of September 2018.