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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New draft guidance says aspirin taken daily could reduce risk of bowel cancer for people with Lynch syndrome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cancer in people with Lynch syndrome, NICE (The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) has said in new draft guidance.
Historic Edinburgh building lit teal for Bowel Cancer Awareness Month
Our corporate partner Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) is changing the colour of one of the city’s most iconic Old Town buildings.
We release our second podcast episode hosted by BBC’s George Alagiah
BBC journalist George Alagiah discusses how he adapted to life with a temporary stoma during the second episode of ‘In conversation with George Alagiah: A Bowel Cancer UK podcast’.
Sex Education star Connor Swindells announced as our Patron
British actor, model and former boxer Connor Swindells has been appointed Patron of the charity, during Bowel Cancer Awareness Month this April.
New research says even moderate red and processed meat eaters at risk of bowel cancer
People who eat red and processed meat within department of health guidelines are still at increased risk of bowel cancer, according to a study published today.
Book your place at our awareness morning in Cumbernauld
We’re inviting North Lanarkshire residents to a free bowel cancer awareness event on Thursday 25 April at Cornerstone House Centre from 10am – 12.30pm.
Nearly a quarter of adults don’t feel fit enough to exercise
Nearly a quarter of people (23%) do not feel fit enough to exercise for 150 minutes every week, according to a YouGov poll of 4,000 UK adults commissioned by the charity.
We launch our podcast hosted by BBC’s George Alagiah
BBC journalist George Alagiah hosts our new podcast interviewing supporters and leading experts on the disease, as well as discussing his own treatment and diagnosis.