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June is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

 

Bowel Cancer Australia’s signature event raising awareness of
Australia’s second deadliest cancer and funds for the
100% community-funded national charity.

 

Bowel Cancer Australia is dedicated to championing what matters most to people

impacted by bowel cancer and empowering everyone affected to live their best life.

 

100% community-funded patient support services

    • BowelScreen Australia
    • Bowel Care Nurses, Nutritionists and Psychosocial Support in-person and via telehealth
    • The Movement – Wellness Beyond Diagnosis closed Facebook Group
    • National Peer-to-Peer Support Network
    • The Bottom Line Podcast

bowelcanceraustralia.org/support-for-you

Helpline: 1800 727 336 (SCREEN)

 


Contact details:


For an interview with a medical expert or patient contact:
Stephanie Bansemer-Brown – Bowel Cancer Australia
stephanie@bowelcanceraustralia.org   |   0412 915 797

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