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Be healthy &
active
WHAT CHANGES CAN I MAKE TO MY LIFESTYLE?
No matter your age, maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle can decrease your bowel cancer risk. We have a number of tips to improve your overall health.
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Explore your
family history
AM I AT A GREATER RISK?
Most people who develop bowel cancer don’t have a family history of the disease. However, if one or more of your relatives have been diagnosed with bowel cancer, you may have an increased risk.
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Act on
symptoms
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?
Everyone’s bowel habits are different and understanding your own are important. However, if you’re suffering more than a few weeks of the following symptoms, it’s time to see your doctor.
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HOW DO I TEST?
Most people should screen for bowel cancer at least once every two years from the age of 50 using a simple at home screening test. Learn more today.

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