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A recent survey reveals that only 16% of adults aged 50 and over in England say they check the colour of their urine every time they go to the toilet, with women being less likely to check every time (12% vs 20% of men). Read more

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Public Health England’s (PHE) latest national ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign highlights blood in urine as a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancers. The campaign encourages everyone to ‘look before they flush’ and visit their GP without delay if Read more

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We are looking for African and Caribbean kidney or bladder cancer survivors to share their story to help others understand the possible signs of these cancers as part of a national ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign. Read more

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Have you been coughing for three weeks or more? Tell your doctor? Read more

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Dr Phillip Abiola is a Macmillan GP and the clinical cancer lead in Newham CCG. He has been a GP, working in London, for 16 years and is passionate about promoting early diagnosis and cancer screening as well as raising awareness of cardiovascular Read more

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Public Health England (PHE) has launched a national ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ awareness campaign which prompts people with symptoms of some of the leading causes of death in England to see their doctor. Read more

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“I was diagnosed with lung cancer aged 77. I am now 85 years old and I’m living proof that you can survive cancer.” Read more

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As part of Public Health England’s latest Be Clear on Cancer campaign, Black and Asian cancer survivors, alongside consultant urologists from Barts Health NHS Trust, Jhumur Pati and Professor Frank Chinegwundoh OBE, feature in a new film which aims Read more

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A 77-year old breast cancer survivor from London has urged women to always go to their doctor without delay if they notice anything unusual. Read more

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Baroness Floella Benjamin and Actress - Dona Croll are supporting Public Health England’s ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ breast cancer campaign aimed at women aged 70. Read more

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The recently launched ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign highlighting the fact that ongoing heartburn may be a sign of cancer, is urging people to visit their doctor if they have heartburn most days for three weeks or more, as this can be a sign of oesoph Read more

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A national ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign has been launched - urging people to visit their doctor if they have heartburn most days for three weeks or more, as this can be a sign of oesophageal or stomach cancer. Read more

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Four Premier League clubs from across the country have put their rivalry to one side to support Public Health England’s campaign to increase awareness of a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancers – blood in pee. Read more

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Finding lung cancer early makes it more treatable, so it’s important to know the symptoms and, if you spot any, visit your doctor straight away – it could save your life. Read more

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New Testament Assembly Church in Leytonstone hosted its first Be Clear on Cancer awareness event last Saturday, to highlight that early diagnosis of breast cancer can save lives even in women aged 70 and over. Read more

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Britain's National Health Service (NHS) has launched a new ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ public awareness campaign highlighting the fact that the older you get, the higher your chances of getting breast cancer Read more

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A new National Health Service (NHS) Be Clear on Cancer campaign has been launched in the United Kingdom, to drive awareness of blood in urine as a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancers, and encourage people to visit their doctor if they spot the Read more

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