Bowel Cancer

New findings show Vitamin D levels may affect survival after bowel cancer surgery

Research published in the BMJ’s Gut Journal has suggested a link between Vitamin D levels at the time of bowel cancer surgery […]

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Stopping bowel cancer before it starts

Newly funded BDRF research aims to develop tests for precursors to bowel cancer which could help doctors stop tumours from […]

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Bringing hope to people diagnosed with late stage bowel cancer

New BDRF research aims to improve care for people whose rectal cancer is caught late or has come back after […]

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CEO Blog: Are you asking the right questions?

If you ask a stupid question you’ll get a stupid answer Anthony Robbins life coach extraordinaire in his book “Awaken […]

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BDRF research into bowel cancer

BDRF’s research into bowel cancer is achieving some amazing things. Our research findings are allowing thousands of patients to avoid […]

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Bowel cancer – know the symptoms

  As bowel cancer awareness month gets underway, it’s been reported that one in three British people can’t name a […]

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ELF smashes its target – great news for older patients needing emergency bowel surgery

Emergency bowel surgery is more dangerous for older patients – yet they are the most likely to need it. The […]

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An encore for OnCoRe – Transforming rectal cancer care in 2019

Patient data is a crucial resource in research. It helps identify short, medium and long term outcomes of treatment and […]

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Travelling Research Fellowship winner excited to see ‘different perspective’

Earlier this year BDRF awarded our latest Travelling Research Fellowship – a grant of up to £5,000 for a new […]

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How can we prevent bowel cancer spreading?

Bowel cancer is deadly, but it is not the primary tumour in the bowel that ultimately kills people – this […]

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