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This leaflet provides information on bowel cancer and the Northern Ireland Bowel cancer screening programme.The translations are of the 2010 versions when screening was for 60-69 year olds but this has been extended to 60-74 year olds.
This leaflet provides information on further investigations participants may require, including colonoscopy.The translations are of the 2010 versions when screening was for 60��-69 year olds but this has been extended to 60��-74 year olds.
This poster highlights the bowel cancer screening programme is being introduced for all 60 to 74 year olds. If you are in this age group a kit will be sent by post so you can do the test at home. You are encouraged to look out for the kit as it could save your life.
The Public Health Agency's bowel cancer screening programme awareness campaign launch took place on Friday 3 February 2012 at PHA, Ormeau Avenue, Belfast.�The public information campaign includes television, radio, press, outdoor advertising on buses and washroom advertisements. It runs from �6...
This poster highlights the bowel cancer screening programme is being introduced for all 60 to 71 year olds. If you are in this age group a kit will be sent by post so you can do the test at home. You are encouraged to look out for the kit as it could save your life.
This poster highlights the bowel cancer screening programme is being introduced for all 60 to 71 year olds. If you are in this age group a kit will be sent by post so you can do the test at home. You are encouraged to look out for the kit as it could save your life.
This poster highlights the importance of taking the bowel cancer screening test which will be posted out to you if you are aged 60-71 years old. You are encouraged to look out for the kit as it could save your life.