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How A MONA Installation Is Spreading Awareness About Bowel Cancer

An art exhibit from Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) was recently used to spread awareness about bowel cancer. As well as to spread awareness about screening tests for bowel cancer. Read More


The Importance Of Screening For Bowel Cancer Symptoms

It’s been found that bowel cancer can develop without the presence of obvious known symptoms. Therefore if you’re someone at risk of developing the disease, it’s essential that you undergo bowel cancer screening. Read More


How Rising Bowel Cancer Rates Are Affecting Gen X & Millennials

Recent research has shown that rates of bowel cancer is increasing amongst young and middle aged people. Read More


Bowel Cancer Symptoms: Jodie’s Story

Recent studies have shown that bowel cancer rates are increasing in Australia. In fact, people born in the 1990’s have twice the risk of being diagnosed with bowel cancer, and four times the risk of getting rectal cancer compared with those born in the 1950’s had at the same age.

This means that it’s critical for you to be aware of bowel cancer symptoms, so that you can report them to your GP or specialist as soon as you notice them.  Read More


Sitting down at work can increase your risk of bowel cancer by 44%

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Bowel Cancer: Scott’s Story

Bowel cancer fundamentally changed Scott’s outlook on life. Read More


What You Need to Know About Bowel Cancer


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Colonoscopy identified as advanced and most accurate bowel cancer screening option

Bowel cancer or colorectal cancer (CRC) screening is the process of detecting early-stage CRCs and precancerous lesions in asymptomatic people with no prior history of cancer or lesions.  Read More


Helicobacter pylori exists in half the population and it can cause cancer with no symptoms

Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) lives in around 50 per cent of humans. The bacteria is classified as a class 1 carcinogen in Australia, meaning it has been proven to cause cancer. Read More


Bowel Cancer Testing: Evie’s Story

Bowel Cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in VictoriaThis highlights the importance of having regular medical checkups if you believe yourself to be at risk. Read More