We are very excited to announce that our patron Matt Dawson will officially start the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 cycle race on Sunday. Matt will drop the flag and start the first wave at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at 6am on Sunday alongside fellow rugby star Martin Johnson.
A new report released yesterday by the Independent Cancer Taskforce in England has outlined six priorities to help the NHS achieve world-class cancer outcomes.
The cancer report outlines how an additional 30,000 patients every year could survive cancer for 10 years or more by 2020. Of these, around 11,000 would be through earlier diagnosis.
Responding to the new five year cancer strategy, Chief Executive of Beating Bowel Cancer Mark Flannagan, says:
We were delighted to be named ‘Fundraising Charity of the Year’ at the National Fundraising Awards ceremony in central London last night. The charity had been shortlisted alongside the Haven House Children's Hospice and the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund.
The Awards, which took place at the Hilton London Metropole, recognise charities that, through teamwork, have achieved considerable and recognisable fundraising success.
The findings of the first-ever national emergency laparotomy audit are widely reported in the media today. The main headline is that more than one in 10 (11%) of those having emergency bowel surgery die within 30 days.
TV personality and rugby star, Matt Dawson MBE, will be leading Beating Bowel Cancer's team of almost 200 cyclists in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 on 2nd August.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has today published their updated and redesigned guideline to help GPs recognise the signs and symptoms of cancer and refer people for the right tests faster.
We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be holding a Patient Day in Manchester for the first time on 21 November 2015.
For a number of years we’ve been running successful Patient Days in London, where patients, families and nurses come together for a day of learning, support and inspiration.
Results of a study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology Conference in Chicago yesterday indicate that when a form of radiation therapy is given to advanced bowel cancer patients in combination with chemotherapy, it can halt the growth of tumours in the liver for an additional 8 months when compared to the current standard treatment.
Beating Bowel Cancer’s head office in Teddington will be undergoing some building works from Friday 22 May which will be completed on Monday 22 June.
During this time our nurse helpline and office will close early on two days:
We’re delighted to announce the launch today of our new interactive online Community to provide local support to patients and their families throughout the UK. The Community will enable you to connect with other patients and supporters in your own area and benefit from their experience and information.