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June is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

Bowel Cancer Australia’s signature event to raise awareness and funds for Australia’s second deadliest cancer. As the leading 100% community-funded national charity dedicated to championing what matters most to people impacted by bowel cancer, we create meaningful change across the care continuum through advocacy, awareness, and integrated research to improve access to personalised treatments and patient-centred care.

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Helpline: 1800 727 336 (SCREEN)

 

For an interview with a medical expert or patient, please contact:

Stephanie Bansemer-Brown – Bowel Cancer Australia

stephanie@bowelcanceraustralia.org   |   0412 915 797

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