Bowel Colorectal Cancer
Follow-up tests after an initial colonoscopy may reduce the number of people diagnosed with bowel cancer, according to a new study.
A one-off bowel screening test reduces the risk of developing bowel cancer by more than one third and could save thousands of lives.
A new Cancer Research UK report reveals that GPs want more support when offering drugs that lower the risk of certain cancers.
Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 to broadcast world’s first TV advert live from inside the human body
A 90 second advert on 18 January will give viewers a unique opportunity to see live inside the human body
The Welsh government has announced “hugely positive” changes to its screening programmes for both cervical and bowel cancer.
Blocking a molecule could bypass bowel cancer’s defence against the drug cetuximab, according to new research presented at the NCRI Cancer Conference.
Men with a high genetic risk of bowel cancer over the next 25 years could have a lower risk of developing the disease if they also have a healthy lifestyle.
Around one in five bowel cancer patients diagnosed after an emergency presentation have displayed at least one cancer ‘alarm symptom’ leading up to diagnosis.
A molecule produced from vitamin A may help protect against some cases of bowel cancer.
An experimental DNA test could help predict which early-stage bowel cancer patients are at a greater risk of their disease returning following surgery.