The official website for Bowel Disease UK

BDUK is working with St George's Hospital, London to help fund Intra-Operative Radiation Therapy that will help enhance the quality of life for sufferers of Bowel Cancer. We will continue to undertake research for IBD.

Our long term goal is to open a specialist bowel research unit at St George's. Please help us achieve our goals.

Gary Douch, Chairman

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  • 12km Walk or Run or Cycle for BDUK 2013 in the beautiful Richmond Park

    As we are only 4 volunteers working on fundraising for BDUK, please help us raise further much needed funding by hosting your own fundraising event. You could hold:

    A coffee morning

    A dinner party

    A quiz night at your local club/pub

    A collection at a local club/pub 

    Anything that will help us raise funds

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    Want to see the photos from 2012 Walk for BDUK

    See the photo's here

Think you may have a Bowel Disease? DON'T PANIC!

  • What should I do?

    IF YOU RECEIVE A BOWEL CANCER TESTING KIT IN THE POST: DON'T IGNORE IT, USE IT, SEND IT, TEST IT, it could save your life!!

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    If you think you have a form of Bowel Disease, don't keep it to yourself. Make an appointment to see your GP as soon as possible.

    It may well be nothing at all but why take a chance, it could save your life and there is nothing embarrassing about that!

    You can now undertake a bowel cancer test at HOME, click here for details

NEXT EVENT:

  • FIRST ANNUAL DRINKS PARTY

    Join us on Saturday 21st June 2014 for our first annual drinks party to help raise awareness and much needed funds for our research projects at St Georges Hospital, the event will be held at the KCS Boathouse on the Thames in Putney and if the sun is shining, it promises to be an amazing evening.

LATEST NEWS from BDUK

  • WOW!

    Bowel Disease UK have agreed to spend £50k on Intra Operative Radiation Therapy treatment on Bowel Cancer Patients at St Georges Hospital in Tooting. Professor Kumar said 'this will help bring a new treatment to St Georges Hospital that will be a huge benefit to patients'.

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    A massive thank you to the following supporters of our charity: Metro Newspaper, Announce It, Zoo Communications, Pearson Whiffin Recruitment, Putney Glass, Fisher Tomlin, TTKW and all our fantastic fundraisers, runners, walkers, cyclists and those who just spend a little of their spare time helping us raise funds!

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    If you would like to host a fundraising event, please contact us for information, details are on our 'Contact Us' page

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