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21 May 2019

An astonishing £100,000 has been raised in memory of Tom Walker

  The family of a caring and considerate teenage boy is thanking people from the “bottom of their hearts” after a major £100,000 appeal fund in his memory was smashed in less than a. . . . .

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03 May 2019

A month to remember!

Throughout April the Cancer Research Wales team have been out and about in the community raising the profile of Bowel Cancer in Wales. We kicked the month off with tours of our inflatable bowel. . . . .

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26 Apr 2019

Supporter Stories: Paul’s Journey with Bowel Cancer

Throughout the month of April, we’re shining a light on issues related to colorectal cancer as part of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. In this blog, we’re speaking to Cancer Research Wales supporter Paul, who. . . . .

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23 Apr 2019

Project Spotlight: Dr Cerys Jenkins, Bowel Cancer Researcher

Throughout the month of April, we’re focusing on issues in colorectal cancer as part of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. Bowel cancer is one of the most common cancers in the UK, and represents the. . . . .

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15 Apr 2019

Ways to Reduce the Risk of Bowel Cancer

While we can never prevent all bowel cancers, healthy lifestyle choices, are among the most recognised and manageable ways to reduce the prevalence of the disease, with around 54% of all bowel cancers thought. . . . .

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12 Apr 2019

Bowel Cancer in Wales

Bowel Cancer, or colorectal cancer as it is also known, is a broad term used to describe tumours that originate in any part of the bowel or rectum. Approximately, 2200 cases of bowel cancer. . . . .

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