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April is bowel cancer awareness month PDF Print E-mail
Bowel cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in the UK and April is the month of the year when awareness of symptoms is raised - MOHS Workplace Health is pleased to support this and is encouraging our advisors and physicians to raise the profile of the disease.

 Bowel cancer affects 1 in every 18 people - and it can hit people of any age. Common symptoms include:

Noticing blood in faeces or on toilet tissue
Going to the loo a lot more often
Pain or dicomfort in the tummy
Bowel blockages

If you are concerned speak with your GP.  Check ups are quick and simple - medical professionals have seen it all before so there is no need to be embarrassed - and things can be sorted out quickly.
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