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We award grants to fund bowel cancer research worth nearly £440,000
We’re delighted to announce that we’re funding four new bowel cancer research projects totalling nearly £440,000. These awards are part of our investment of over £1.3 million pounds to support research…
Join us for an evening with British adventurer Kiko Matthews
Join us for an evening with British adventurer, Kiko Matthews, on Thursday 7 November at Ulster University, Belfast, from 6.30pm.
NHS publishes cancer screening review
Today (16 October 2019) NHS England has published Professor Sir Mike Richards’ independent review of national cancer screening programmes in England. The review aims to overhaul cancer screening in England…
Today is World Mental Health Day
Today (Thursday 10 October) is World Mental Health Day.
ITV's Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby have a brew with us
To mark Brew Together week (7-13 October), we went to ITV This Morning to have a brew with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby with our supporters, Abi Brooks and Martin Harper.
Pamela Ballantine hosts our Christmas carol concert Belfast
Join our festive carol concert, Carols Together, at the Great Hall, Parliament Buildings, Stormont on Friday 29 November at 7pm, compered by the charity’s Patron and broadcaster Pamela Ballantine.
Bowel cancer screening should be risk based, but we're not there yet
People should be invited to take part in screening based on their risk of developing bowel cancer rather than just their age, according to research published in The BMJ today.
We urge the public to continue to limit their red meat intake
We urge the public to continue following the recommendation to limit red meat intake to three portions a week and reduce the amount of processed meat they eat.
Delays in treatment for bowel cancer patients in Northern Ireland
The Department of Health in Northern Ireland has released the country's latest cancer waiting time results from April to June this year.