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Temporary disruption to the screening programme over the last year must not become a permanent setback in efforts to save more lives from cancer.
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
Bowel cancer is more likely to be diagnosed at the earliest stage if it is picked up by screening according to new figures.
Thousands more people would take part in bowel cancer screening if the kit included extras, such as gloves and “poo catchers”.
People who have problems with numbers may be more likely to feel negative about bowel cancer screening.
Research shows late stage bowel cancer patients may be more likely to survive than those whose late stage cancer is picked up after symptoms develop.
Affluent people are 50 per cent more likely to take part in bowel cancer screening than their deprived counterparts, according to a study published in the British Journal...
BOWEL cancer patients whose disease was found through screening have a better chance of beating their disease than those diagnosed after developing symptoms, new research...
Britons want a recommendation from the NHS on whether to attend bowel cancer screening, along with all the information on benefits and risks, according to research...