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Almost 10,000 people in NSW will die from bowel cancer over the next five years, but experts say the numbers do not need to be this high.

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

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.

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.

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.

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

During 1982-2013, AIHW estimates were consistently higher than our competing mortality-adjusted estimates of lifetime risks of diagnosis and death.

This manual provides bowel cancer and bowel cancer screening information to women and men from different cultural backgrounds to support the delivery of community education.

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

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