Today is #WorldCancerDay and we have a clear message: there's no time for bowel stigma. Bowel cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in the UK often due to late detection and the symptoms going unmentioned. But If it is diagnosed at stage one, 9 / 10 people will survive so speak out if you feel something is wrong. Bowel habits are not glamourous but our health is more important than stigma. You can help us break the#LooTaboo with more research funding this World Cancer Day. Txt LTAB00 £3 to 70070. Please share this post and write your messages below. Thank you everyone.
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