Bowel Cancer Australia
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05/23/2017 at 00:40. Facebook
It is only 10 days to Bowel Cancer Awareness Month!

We would love your support to help raise much needed funds and awareness in your local community, with family and friends, in your workplace, at school, or in your Hospital, GP Surgery, Pharmacy or Health Care Centre.

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It is only 10 days to Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

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“I can remember Mum putting her hand on my arm and saying, ‘I think it’s serious; the doctors want to speak to us,’” said Liz Harrington as she recalled her mother’s experience with bowel cancer.

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I can remember Mum putting her hand on my arm and saying

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Bowel Cancer Australia
Bowel Cancer Australia
05/19/2017 at 04:47. Facebook
Blood in the stool, diarrhoea and abdominal pain can all present in people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) so people affected by IBD may not be alarmed by them when they occur, even though these symptoms could indicate bowel cancer.

Awareness of bowel cancer symptoms is vital, particularly among those affected by IBD due to their increased risk of developing bowel cancer.

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Blood in the stool diarrhoea and abdominal pain can all present in

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Bowel Cancer Australia
05/18/2017 at 05:55. Facebook
"It's so important to know & pay attention to your body. It's too easy to put health symptoms down to a crazy-busy life. I could've easily dismissed the low iron, but I knew something else was going on so I persevered" said Ally

Fabulous piece in June's edition of Women's Health Magazine Australia ahead of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month - big thanks for sharing your inspiring story Ally and...
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Bowel Cancer Australia
05/18/2017 at 01:50. Facebook
Red Apple Day is a highlight of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. A day when Australians are encouraged to support Bowel Cancer Australia by wearing a ribbon, selling Bowel Cancer Awareness Ribbons or hosting an apple themed fundraiser.

Show your support for all those diagnosed with bowel cancer each year by raising awareness and funds to help Bowel Cancer Australia continue to save lives.

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The countdown is on with just 2 weeks to Bowel Cancer Awareness Month! Now is the perfect time to get organised to raise awareness and funds for bowel cancer.

You can get involved by hosting a fundraiser, selling Bowel Cancer Awareness Ribbons, ordering a supporter pack, making a donation, spreading the word on social media and so much more.

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The countdown is on with just 2 weeks to Bowel Cancer Awareness

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Wishing all the mums - those with us and those we remember in our hearts - a very Happy Mother's Day

Gifts in memory or celebration can be made in honour of your much loved mum today and always at [ Bowelcanceraustralia.org Link ].

It's a gift of hope for the future, a future where more families can stay together for longer and celebrate special times like Mother's Day...
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Wishing all the mums those with us and those we remember in

In-Celebration: Mother’s Day

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Cynthia Hockley
Marian Russell
We know that bowel cancer survivors want to get back to their daily lives as quickly as possible, and research shows that telehealth helps facilitate this – supporting patient independence and offering reassurance.

The flexibility and convenience of phone access to our Bowel Care Nurses make it possible for cancer survivors to engage with health professionals with minimum disruption to their...
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We know that bowel cancer survivors want to get back to their

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Susan Sculli
Carol Hardcastle
Become a #Never2Young Champion this Young Survivors Week (5-11th June 2017).

If you were diagnosed with bowel cancer under the age of 50, and are now living with or beyond bowel cancer - we need your help!

Register your interest today at [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Become a Never2Young Champion this Young Survivors Week 511th June 2017
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Liz Fisher
Sharleen Turner
The 2017-18 Federal Budget will provide $43.8 million over five years to support national cancer screening.

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The 201718 Federal Budget will provide 438 million over five years to
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Narlisa Cooper
Nola Mahoney
During National Volunteer Week, Australians are being encouraged to Give Happy, Live Happy.

Studies show intimate links between generosity and our immune systems and reveal that just a few hours of volunteer work can make a difference in happiness and mood.

At Bowel Cancer Australia, we are excited to celebrate all of the people who have volunteered in big and small ways over the past 17...
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During National Volunteer Week Australians are being encouraged to Give Happy Live Happy

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Judy Freudenberger
Check out Bowel Cancer Australia's delicious May recipes put together by our Bowel Care Nutritionist Teresa.

High and low fibre options are available for Crunchy pastry topped with baked apples and Mussels Provençale

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Check out Bowel Cancer Australias delicious May recipes put together by our

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Lisa Smith
Felicity Malyszko
Options can be so confusing and sometimes make things more stressful, as patients try and navigate a system which can feel foreign and frightening.

Although treatment won’t last forever – for a patient who has been told, “You have bowel cancer,” they and their bowel have changed forever.

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Options can be so confusing and sometimes make things more stressful as

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Maryann Sporon-Fiedler
Dianne Russell
Maryann Sporon-Fiedler
The countdown begins to Bowel Cancer Awareness Month! Now is the perfect time to get involved and raise much-needed awareness and funds for bowel cancer.

15,000 Australians are diagnosed with bowel cancer each year; 80 Australians die from bowel cancer every week.

We need your support to beat bowel cancer.

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The countdown begins to Bowel Cancer Awareness Month Now is the perfect

The countdown begins: One month to go until Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 2017 ||| Bowel Cancer Australia

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The use of targeted biologics has been shown to delay disease progression and prolong overall survival for bowel cancer patients by a few more months.

However, the high price of targeted biologics restricts their accessibility, meaning that clinicians’ options become more limited and patients are denied access to potentially life-prolonging medications.

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The use of targeted biologics has been shown to delay disease progression

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Exercise has far-reaching benefits for bowel cancer patients and for those living beyond bowel cancer. It can help reduce fatigue, increase energy, improve quality of life, and even help with certain side effects of treatment.

Bowel Cancer Australia Advocate, Hollie Fielder has provided some of her favourite warm-up exercises. Perfect for almost any fitness level, they’re great for helping...
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Exercise has farreaching benefits for bowel cancer patients and for those living

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The countdown is on to Red Apple Day 2017 which is a highlight of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month!

Support Bowel Cancer Australia to help save lives and to improve the health and wellbeing of people living with bowel cancer.

Wear your Bowel Cancer Awareness Ribbon, sell a box of 30 or host an apple themed fundraiser on 21 June 2017 to help raise much needed funds and awareness.

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The countdown is on to Red Apple Day 2017 which is a

Red Apple Day

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A person can read all the guide books there are, but there’s nothing quite like a visit to bring a place to life.

That’s not just the case for places like Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef; it’s also true for Bowel Cancer Australia’s incredible Big Bowel.

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A person can read all the guide books there are but theres

Big Bowel Australia June Tour Dates Announced! ||| Bowel Cancer Australia

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Best wishes for a happy and healthy Passover from #BowelCancerAustralia
Best wishes for a happy and healthy Passover from BowelCancerAustralia