Throughout the UK, nearly 42,000 people receive a bowel cancer diagnosis each year.
This Bowel Cancer Awareness Month let’s look at whether what you eat and how much physical activity you do could be affecting your risk of bowel cancer.
World Cancer Research Fund is highlighting findings that looked into the impact of reducing processed and red meat consumption on bowel cancer risk.
Researchers from Northumbria University have found that swapping red and processed meat for Quorn’s mycoprotein leads to a significant reduction in intestinal genotoxins.
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World Cancer Research Fund announces new studies, which find that a reduction in sedentary behaviour has a positive impact on the life after bowel cancer.
Last year, Steve King ran 10 marathons in 10 days for Saint Francis Hospice. This year, he went 10 better.
Knowing that the money raised would be going to Saint Francis Hospice, villagers came together to donate plants, pots and compost for the stall.
In January 2019, Hilda Stickings was given just three months to live.