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Bowel screening can detect more cancers at an earlier stage, resulting in less deaths from bowel cancer.

Australia has one of the highest incidence of bowel cancer in the world—find out why screening is important and how you can take part in the bowel screening program.

Australia has one of the highest incidence of bowel cancer in the world—find out why screening is important and how you can take part in the bowel screening program.

Resources providing education on bowel cancer and bowel cancer screening to women and men from different cultural backgrounds.

The Institute will support local health districts and specialty health networks to implement Direct Access Colonoscopy. This project will primarily focus on increasing access to colonoscopy services after a positive Faecal Occult Blood Test.

Find bowel screening resources to help both health professionals and patients.

The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program will contact men and women aged 50-74 for a free bowel screening test.

The bowel cancer screening test, known as the Faecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT), is a simple test that you do at home before sending samples to a pathology laboratory for analysis.

What are the symptoms of bowel cancer? Read about the symptoms that you can look out for to improve your chance of early detection.

This flipchart provides information on bowel cancer and bowel cancer screening, particularly for those women and men eligible to participate in the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP).