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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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CEO Blog : I contain multitudes

“Super-interesting…. He just keeps imparting one surprising fascinating insight after the next. It is science journalism at its best” Bill […]

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What have colorectal clinical trials ever done for us?

The 2018 BDRF Lecture at the ACPGBI Annual Meeting was presented by Professor Dion Morton. The lecture was an exciting […]

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BDRF 2018 Magazine launches

    Download newsletter as a PDF This year’s magazine is once again packed with news from the front line […]

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#CReaTE research roadshow hits Edinburgh

A gathering of the ACPGBI clans took place in Edinburgh last week and what fine fare it was indeed.  Over […]

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The nurses voice – a vital role in colorectal research

Opportunities for nurses to get involved in colorectal research are increasing, both as clinical research nurses and more broadly, in providing a […]

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CReaTE wows in Warrington

The Association of Coloproctology Great Britain and Ireland took it’s research show on the road yesterday to the North West […]

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2017 – A great year for Bowel Disease Research

                          What a year 2017 has been for […]

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CEO Blog – JINGLE BOWELS

On a scale of 1 to 5, how comfortable are you talking about your bowels? Shut the front door – […]

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When are we going to cure cancer?

BDRF are working on projects right now that will help improve treatments and increase survival rates for people with bowel […]

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