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Age-specific incidence rate ratios (IRRs) were lower/similar for breast and bowel cancers in younger and higher in older Aboriginal than non-Aboriginal people. All age-specific cervical cancer IRRs were higher for Aboriginal compared with non-Aboriginal people.

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.

Bowel cancer is common—it kills more people in NSW than prostate cancer, breast cancer or melanoma.

Bowel cancer is also know as colorectal cancer. Find bowel cancer data - incidence, mortality and survival in NSW. Plus stories of people diagnosed and treated.

In addition to improving all cancer outcomes across the community, the NSW Cancer Plan will specifically focus on bowel cancer.

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

Bowel cancer, also known as colorectal cancer, can affect any part of the large bowel (colon) or rectum. It may also be referred to as colon cancer or rectal cancer, depending on where the cancer is located.

Cancer Plan indicator: Bowel screening participation rates and numbers