Follow the links below to find more information about screening and prevention of bowel cancer and the symptoms, causes and treatments for bowel cancer.
Alcohol linked to cancer risk Drinking alcohol often (3 or more days per week) increases cancer risk by nearly a third in women, while men's risk is linked to amount consumed, a study shows.
Blue September Blue September is a national awareness and fundraising campaign for cancers that affect men, including bowel cancer.
Bowel cancer In Australia, about one person in 12 will develop bowel cancer before the age of 85. Find out about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of bowel cancer.
Bowel Cancer Awareness Week Bowel Cancer Awareness Week aims to raise public awareness of bowel cancer and the importance of early detection, as bowel cancer is one of the most curable types of cancer if found early.
Bowel cancer causes and symptoms In its early stages, bowel cancer often has no noticeable symptoms. Some factors increase the chance of developing bowel cancer.
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