1. Bowel Cancer Awareness month: Signs you should never ignore  Gazette
  2. Bowel cancer: Expert warns on being clear about the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer  Express
  3. I want to end the taboo around bowel cancer before I lose my life  Metro.co.uk
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BOWEL CANCER is one of the most common types of cancer in the UK, but worryingly, it can often go undiagnosed for a long time as the symptoms can be easily confused with less serious conditions. As a result, a cancer expert at Bupa is warning people to be clear on the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer and not to hesitate seeing a doctor if you experience them.BOWEL CANCER is one of the most common types of cancer in the UK, but worryingly, it can often go undiagnosed for a long time as the symptoms can be easily confused with less serious conditions. As a result, a cancer expert at Bupa is warning people to be clear on the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer and not to hesitate seeing a doctor if you experience them.

Bowel cancer: Expert warns on being clear about the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer | Express.co.uk

Patrick Wymer, who has stage four bowel cancer, on his experience of living with the disease during Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 2019.Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK but is very treatable and the survival rates are good.

I want to end the taboo around bowel cancer before I lose my life | Metro News

To mark April's Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, two colorectal surgeons outline the symptoms everybody needs to know about.To mark April's Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, two colorectal surgeons outline the symptoms everybody needs to know about.

Bowel Cancer Awareness month: Signs you should never ignore | Gazette

“The Sun's Deborah James tells Lorraine viewers to 'check poo for signs of bowel cancer' https://t.co/YLiSSw4iND @bowelcanceruk @reallorraine @lorraine”

Deborah James on Twitter: "The Sun's Deborah James tells Lorraine viewers to 'check poo for signs of bowel cancer' https://t.co/YLiSSw4iND @bowelcanceruk @reallorraine @lorraine"