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Scottish bowel cancer screening kits a huge success

Health Secretary Shona Robison has stated that it is ‘hugely encouraging’ that more over-50s have been taking part in the Scottish Government’s national bowel cancer screening programme. Read more

Football team back initiative to raise awareness of bowel cancer

Sheffield United football team are putting down their razors for a month and growing beards in aid of beating bowel cancer. Read more

Genetic testing for bowel cancer could save lives

In a huge study carried out by Cardiff University School of Medicine has found that by screening families of patients with bowel cancer for a genetic condition, their individual risk of developing either bowel cancer, womb or ovarian cancers would decrease. Read more

‘Curry bubbles’ could help beat bowel cancer

Curcumin, the yellow pigment behind the shades of spices like turmeric – a plant often used in curries to give it flavour – has been shown to slow the growth and spread of cancers. Read more

Vindaloo could save your life: Hot curries shown to prevent bowel cancer

A chemical compound called capsaicin found in some of the world’s spiciest types of curry could help reduce the risk of developing bowel cancer, a new study has found. Read more

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