Our team are dedicated to treating children with bowel conditions such as chronic constipation and faecal incontinence.
In 2004 I lost my beloved father to Colon Cancer. In his memory I will be walking to raise funds for Bowel and Cancer Research.
I'm passionate about the research that Bowel & Cancer Research fund, after benefiting myself from the APPEAR procudure
Qasim, Lisa, Sarah, Julia, Rebecca and Kate are bum-bling because they’re passionate about researching the benefits of nutrition on hypermobile EDS, which could potentially improve the quality of life of millions around the world.
I believe that the research that the research Bowel & Cancer Research fund is incredibly important. This is why I'm walking the Big Bum-ble
Working with patients with bowel conditions we understand the importance of funding research.
As a nutritionist, I'm passionate about research into bowel conditions. So me and my family have joined the Big Bum-ble to support Bowel & Cancer Research's work.
As someone who suffers from a chronic bowel condition, I'm walking with my friends and family to support vital research.
I'm raising money for Bowel & Cancer Research, because I share their mission of a future where no one dies of bowel cancer or suffers from chronic bowel disease. As a family and like many others we have been massively affected by bowel diseases and recognise research is vital if we are to ever be free of it.
I'm raising money for Bowel & Cancer Research, As we know I myself have been a sufferer of this horrible disease along with my father. I want to help raise awareness of the importance of knowing about this cancer and also help eradicate it from the earth. So do please give generously so that we can one day say ... there is no such thing as bowel cancer.
I'm raising money for Bowel & Cancer Research, because I share their mission of a future where no dies of bowel cancer or suffers from chronic bowel disease. One of my best friends was diagnosed at 32 no one should suffer because they’re too young.
Gary, Martin and Brian, the Chello Chuggers are taking on 100 mile Olympic cycle to honour their dear friend Scott who lost his battle bowel cancer this year.