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Grow a beard and help stop people dying of bowel cancer
Fathers, sons, brothers, grandads and uncles we're calling on you to grow a beard for us this December to help save lives.
Almost half of people needing urgent investigations for bowel cancer symptoms waiting too long
Figures published by NHS England today show that almost half of people on an urgent referral in August 2021 for bowel cancer investigation were waiting longer than 28 days for a diagnosis.
New hope for some advanced bowel cancer patients, after NICE approves drug on the NHS
A new bowel cancer drug, which can double progression-free survival time for some people with advanced bowel cancer, has been approved by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence for patients…
New combination treatment for advanced bowel cancer patients in Scotland
Today the Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) announce their final recommendation for a new treatment combination for people living in Scotland, who are diagnosed with a rare form of bowel cancer.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week (10 – 16 May 2021), we're talking about the different ways you can look after your emotional wellbeing.
High sugar-sweetened drinks linked to bowel cancer risk
Drinking two or more daily sugar-sweetened beverages in adulthood could be linked to an increased risk of bowel cancer before the age of 50, at least in women, suggests new research published in Gut today.
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.
Tens of thousands of patients in England waiting longer than six weeks for bowel cancer tests
The number of people in England waiting longer than six weeks for bowel cancer tests has increased by nearly eight-fold compared to pre-pandemic levels, according to NHS England.