Bowel Cancer Australia
02/24/2017 at 05:57. Facebook
Increasing access to quality patient care is a priority for Bowel Cancer Australia.

That’s why Bowel Cancer Australia is excited to be working with Goulburn Valley (GV) Health, the Shepparton Biggest Ever Blokes Lunch committee and the Georgopolous family to support the first dedicated Bowel Care Nurse in the Hume region, for the next three years.

According to GV Health, incidence of bowel...
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Regional support for bowel cancer patients ||| Bowel Cancer Australia
Bowel Cancer Australia
02/23/2017 at 00:04. Facebook
NEW RECIPES: We have added some new delicious high and low fibre recipes this February for you to enjoy - Manuka peach pancakes and Dijon orange summer salad. Try them out at >>

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Bowel Cancer Australia
02/22/2017 at 06:06. Facebook
It all happened very suddenly.

A trip to the vet revealed he had bowel cancer in the lower rectum.

It wasn’t just sad, it was a bit alarming because I was experiencing the same symptoms.

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Seeing how serious it had gotten for him, I got concerned about my own situation ||| Bowel Cancer Australia
Bowel Cancer Australia
02/22/2017 at 03:58. Facebook
We are excited to announce that the Bowel Cancer Australia community is now more than 90,000 strong!

It is great to have such an engaged community all working together to have an everlasting impact on our health future - one where no Australian dies from bowel cancer and all those diagnosed receive the support they need.

A huge thanks from the team for all your likes, shares, comments and...
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Bowel Cancer Australia
02/21/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Bowel cancer is Australia's second biggest cancer killer.

It affects men and women, young and old.

It often develops without any warning signs.

But 90 per cent of cases can be treated successfully, if detected early.

So don't wait until it is too late.

Talk to your GP or pharmacist today and support Bowel Cancer Australia to help save lives.

Donate today at...
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Bowel Cancer Australia
02/20/2017 at 05:18. Facebook
Bowel cancer affects men and women, young and old.

If you are experiencing symptoms suggestive of bowel cancer or you receive a positive screening test, visit your GP.

Don't wait until it's too late. Early detection could save your life.

If you have any bowel cancer questions or concerns, contact the Bowel Cancer Australia Helpline at 1800 555 494 or visit .
I had been feeling off for quite a few months but had just put it down to work pressure and stress.

I was travelling interstate every week for work and working long hours.

My wife noticed that I had lost a lot of weight over a period of about 3-4 months and that I was skipping meals.

I would use the excuse that I got busy at work and didn’t have time to eat.

#BowelCancerAustralia #bowelcancer

I wish I’d focused more on what was important ||| Bowel Cancer Australia
There is no simple explanation for why some people develop bowel cancer and others do not. There are however, some simple things that every Australian can do to reduce their risk of dying from Australia’s second biggest cancer killer.

As part of Bowel Cancer Australia’s ‘Don’t wait until it’s too late campaign’ this February, and Bowel Cancer Australia are reminding...
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‘Don’t wait until it’s too late’ – Australia’s second biggest cancer killer ||| 2ue Talking Lifestyle
If you or someone you love has experienced bowel cancer, you know how valuable it can be to have someone to turn to who can help in facing the challenges bowel cancer presents.

This Valentine’s Day, instead of giving chocolates, cards, or flowers, consider sharing your love by supporting Bowel Cancer Australia.


Express your love this Valentine's Day ||| Bowel Cancer Australia
To celebrate Valentine's Day Bowel Cancer Australia's Nutritionist has put together a delicious "Love Chooo - Chewy cacao brownie" with high and low fibre alternatives to share with your loved one's at >> [ Link ]

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The latest statistics provided by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) reveal the estimated number of bowel cancer diagnoses (16,682) continues to rise and has done so steadily since recording first began in Australia in 1982.

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Preventable, treatable, and beatable but still second biggest cancer killer ||| Bowel Cancer Australia
I’m a husband, father, teacher, sports coach, advocate for Australian Rules football and an all-round top bloke.

My name is John, and up until the time I turned 50, I was like a lot of other Australians who didn’t think very much about bowel cancer.

#BowelCancerAustralia #StopBowelCancer

I credit my mum for saving my life||| Bowel Cancer Australia
Join Bowel Cancer Australia this February (1st-28th February) as we raise awareness about Australia’s second biggest cancer killer.

Visit for helpful resources about prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options and tools for living with and beyond bowel cancer.

Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late - raise awareness about bowel cancer this February and help save...
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Having a diagnosis of high cholesterol was associated with a 30% lower risk of death in bowel cancer patients, 43% lower risk of death in breast cancer patients, 47% lower risk of death in prostate cancer patients, and a 22% lower risk of death in patients with lung cancer.

The idea that high cholesterol can cause cancer led researchers to investigate whether cholesterol-lowering...
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Statins may improve longevity for patients with 4 common cancers ||| Bowel Cancer Australia
Under the banner ‘We can. I can.’ millions of people around the world will gather today (February 4th) to help combat the world’s most deadly disease, in recognition of World Cancer Day.

In 2014, cancer accounted for about 3 out of every 10 deaths registered in Australia.

In 2017, the AIHW estimates that 47,753 people will die from cancer in Australia, an average of 131 deaths each day.

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Help spread the word that bowel cancer often develops without warning signs….Don’t wait until it’s too late!

Raise awareness with one of our FREE Supporter Packs around your workplace, in-store or in your local community.

Download or order your free pack today at >>> [ Link ]

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Thank you and 2UE Talking Lifestyle for reminding Australian's that when it comes to bowel cancer, "Don't Wait Until It's Too Late".

Listen to Associate Professor Graham Newstead, Colorectal surgeon and Director at Bowel Cancer Australia, as he talks about bowel cancer and what you can do.

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Bowel Cancer: Australia’s Silent Killer – 2UE Talking Lifestyle
We’re changing how bowel cancer is perceived and treated, through a combination of informative and practical resources and programs, national research and treatment partnerships, our Peer-to-Peer Support Network with Bowel Care Nurses, and creative cut-through awareness and fundraising campaigns.

Launching today, “Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late” (February 1st – 28th) is designed to remind...
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Bowel Cancer Australia - Bowel Cancer Australia
In recognition of #WorldCancerDay, this Saturday, February 4th, we’re asking #BowelCancerAustralia supporters to challenge misperceptions about Australia’s second biggest cancer killer.

Many people still consider bowel cancer an old man’s disease but nearly half of those diagnosed with bowel cancer are women, and the number of those affected under the age of 50 continues to rise.

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