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National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – Indigenous bowel screening A4 poster for health professionals

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Publication date: 
25 June 2021
Last updated: 
29 June 2021
Publication type: 
Intended audience: 
General public

Bowel screening can save lives.

Have you discussed bowel screening with your patients?

Bowel cancer is the third most common cancer for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. If found early, up to 90% of cases can be treated successfully.

Bowel cancer often has no obvious early warning signs. The good news is, a bowel screening test can detect changes in the bowel long before your patient notices any problems.

The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program provides free bowel screening kits for eligible people aged 50 to 74. So, have the bowel screening chat with your patients. 

Free call: 1800 627 701 (calls from mobiles may be charged)