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Raising awareness of bowel cancer

[...] TABOO: Bowel Cancer survivors speak out about one of the last cancer taboos – Paulette and Patrick Gill with [...] awareness of bowel cancer appeared first on The Semi Colons. [...]

Dorset County Show – 2013

[...] Website to raise bowel cancer awareness 1:00pm Wednesday 11th September 2013 in News By Emma Walker MEMBERS of a local [...]

Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear charity’s plans for cancer patients

[...] Elaine Gardner from Weymouth attended a Westminster reception hosted by the charity Beating Bowel Cancer to support better outcomes for bowel cancer patients. Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear [...]

Beating Bowel Cancer chosen as beneficiaries for Lord Mayor’s Appeal

[...] Beating Bowel Cancer: Friday 8 November 2013 We’re thrilled to announce that Beating Bowel Cancer has been chosen as one of the benefitting charities of the Lord Mayor’s Appeal 2014. It is [...]

A lively AGM was held at Wessex Royale Hotel

[...] March when committee members stood for re-election, a raffle was held which raised funds for Semi Colons. Then a brilliant question and answer session took place when we all learned a great deal from [...]

New state of the art endoscopy unit officially opened at Dorset County Hospital.

[...] of the art endoscopy unit officially opened at Dorset County Hospital. appeared first on The Semi Colons. [...]

9th December Meeting 2013

[...] . This has been a very upbeat conclusion to 2013 and we hope that next year will enable Semi Colons to provide help and support to all bowel cancer patients and that we can enjoy some helpful [...]

Patient Stories – Colin from Weymouth

[...] not have been a tomorrow”. The post Patient Stories – Colin from Weymouth appeared first on The Semi Colons. [...]

Weymouth Football Club Bucket Collection for Beating Bowel Cancer

[...] , as you can see, supported our cause in a very special way with a pair of Beating Bowel Cancer Bum Shorts. Thank you Stewart we really appreciate it. Weymouth Football Club Bucket [...]

Beating Bowel Cancer chosen as beneficiaries for Lord Mayor’s Appeal

[...] Beating Bowel Cancer: Friday 8 November 2013 We’re thrilled to announce that Beating Bowel Cancer has been chosen as one of the benefitting charities of the Lord Mayor’s Appeal 2014. It is [...]

Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear charity’s plans for cancer patients

[...] Elaine Gardner from Weymouth attended a Westminster reception hosted by the charity Beating Bowel Cancer to support better outcomes for bowel cancer patients. Cancer survivor at Westminster to [...]

Make this election about saving the lives of cancer patients.

[...] . Your chance to save lives We are urging the Prime Minister to keep a promise he made to cancer patients; that if their doctor thought they should have a particular cancer treatment that would help [...]

Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear charity’s plans for cancer patients

[...] reception hosted by the charity Beating Bowel Cancer to support better outcomes for bowel cancer patients. Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear charity’s plans for cancer patients On 28th January, [...]

Raising awareness of bowel cancer

[...] for the Beating Bowel Cancer campaign. She also sits on the Peer Review Group Panel at Dorset County Hospital. Ms Gardner, along with the rest of the support group, is hoping to unite all those [...]

New state of the art endoscopy unit officially opened at Dorset County Hospital.

[...] A new state of the art endoscopy unit has been officially opened at Dorset County Hospital. The new ward was declared open by Dr Peter Down who established the first endoscopy [...]

Dorset County Show – 2013

[...] in the last six months and are really pushing to raise awareness. “The staff at Dorset County Hospital saved my life and if we can help others going though this life-changing experience [...]

Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear charity’s plans for cancer patients

[...] reception hosted by the charity Beating Bowel Cancer to support better outcomes for bowel cancer patients. Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear charity’s plans for cancer patients On 28th [...]

9th December Meeting 2013

[...] we hope that next year will enable Semi Colons to provide help and support to all bowel cancer patients and that we can enjoy some helpful meetings and organise a social calendar for the [...]

Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear charity’s plans for cancer patients

[...] saving 4000 lives during the next five years. Bowel cancer is the UK’s second biggest cancer killer but this doesn’t have to be the case; if caught early enough over 90% of those [...]

Beating Bowel Cancer chosen as beneficiaries for Lord Mayor’s Appeal

[...] of Beating Bowel Cancer, said: “As a charity tackling the UK’s second biggest cancer killer, we have a huge fight on our hands to raise awareness of the disease, promote early [...]

Dorset County Show – 2013

[...] friends.” Bowel cancer claims the lives of over 20,000 people a year and is the second largest cancer killer in the UK, but on the plus side almost as many survive, due to early diagnosis and the [...]

Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear charity’s plans for cancer patients

[...] Elaine Gardner from Weymouth attended a Westminster reception hosted by the charity Beating Bowel Cancer to [...]

Raising awareness of bowel cancer

[...] survivors speak out about one of the last cancer taboos – Paulette and Patrick Gill with Elaine Gardner MANY people are too embarrassed to talk about bowel cancer. But two Dorset residents united [...]

Dorset County Show – 2013

[...] by it, and is headed by the colorectal nurses at Dorchester County Hospital. HEALTH MESSAGE: Elaine Gardner, front, with, from left, Dave McSkelly, Paulette Gill, Patrick Gill, Angela Ingram and Dick [...]

Beating Bowel Cancer chosen as beneficiaries for Lord Mayor’s Appeal

[...] of symptoms, promote early diagnosis and help save lives through a City of London bowel cancer awareness campaign. If we are able to raise enough funds, we hope to take this road show campaign [...]

Dorset County Show – 2013

[...] Website to raise bowel cancer awareness 1:00pm Wednesday 11th September 2013 in News By Emma Walker MEMBERS of a local support [...]

Bowel cancer survivor Simon Hawkins

[...] urging the Prime Minister, David Cameron, to step in and halt the removal of a number of bowel cancer treatments from the Cancer Drugs Fund. Bowel cancer survivor Simon Hawkins Simon, 59, from [...]

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Raising awareness of bowel cancer

[...] TABOO: Bowel Cancer survivors speak out about one of the last cancer taboos – Paulette and Patrick Gill with [...] awareness of bowel cancer appeared first on The Semi Colons. [...]

Dorset County Show – 2013

[...] Website to raise bowel cancer awareness 1:00pm Wednesday 11th September 2013 in News By Emma Walker MEMBERS of a local [...]

Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear charity’s plans for cancer patients

[...] Elaine Gardner from Weymouth attended a Westminster reception hosted by the charity Beating Bowel Cancer to support better outcomes for bowel cancer patients. Cancer survivor at Westminster to hear [...]

Beating Bowel Cancer chosen as beneficiaries for Lord Mayor’s Appeal

[...] Beating Bowel Cancer: Friday 8 November 2013 We’re thrilled to announce that Beating Bowel Cancer has been chosen as one of the benefitting charities of the Lord Mayor’s Appeal 2014. It is [...]

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