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Using the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Kit
 
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Bowel cancer screening saves lives because it’s the best way to detect bowel cancer early – even before symptoms appear. The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program offers free bowel screening kits to eligible Australians. From 2015 the Program is expanding and by 2020 all Australians aged 50-74 will be offered free bowel screening every two years. For more information visit http://www.australia.gov.au/bowelscreening
Views: 51064 Department of Health
How to do the test – National Bowel Cancer Screening Program
 
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Eligible Australians aged between 50 and 74 will receive a free National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit in the mail. Bowel cancer screening can save your life, so do your kit when you receive it in the mail. When it’s detected early, nine out of ten cases can be treated successfully.
Views: 10725 Department of Health
Bowel Cancer Screening Campaign 2018  | Do the test
 
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The Australian Government sends out free bowel screening tests every 2 years to people aged 50-74. If found early, 90% of bowel cancers can be successfully treated. 'Do the test', is a campaign to encourage people to do the test when it arrives in the post.
Views: 514254 cancerNSW
Using the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Kit – Vietnamese translation
 
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Bowel cancer screening saves lives because it’s the best way to detect bowel cancer early – even before symptoms appear. The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program offers free bowel screening kits to eligible Australians. From 2015 the Program is expanding and by 2020 all Australians aged 50-74 will be offered free bowel screening every two years. Visit http://www.australia.gov.au/bowelscreening for more information
Using the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Kit – Chinese simplified translation
 
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Bowel cancer screening saves lives because it’s the best way to detect bowel cancer early – even before symptoms appear. The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program offers free bowel screening kits to eligible Australians. From 2015 the Program is expanding and by 2020 all Australians aged 50-74 will be offered free bowel screening every two years. Visit http://www.australia.gov.au/bowelscreening for more information
Views: 2834 Department of Health
How To Do The Bowel Cancer Test
 
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All men and women in Scotland aged 50--74 are invited for bowel screening. Bowel screening involves taking a simple test at home every two years. Find out more at http://bowelscreeningtest.org
Views: 24970 Lou Stool
NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Test Kit Instructional Animation
 
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An animated video showing how to use Immunostics Inc.Colon Cancer Screening Test. For more advice on using the test kit, please phone the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme freephone helpline on 0800 707 60 60.
Views: 10163 ImmunosticsInc
Using the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Kit – Greek translation
 
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Bowel cancer screening saves lives because it’s the best way to detect bowel cancer early – even before symptoms appear. The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program offers free bowel screening kits to eligible Australians. From 2015 the Program is expanding and by 2020 all Australians aged 50-74 will be offered free bowel screening every two years. Visit http://www.australia.gov.au/bowelscreening for more information
How to do the test (2018) – National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – Traditional Chinese
 
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Eligible Australians aged between 50 and 74 will receive a free National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit in the mail. Bowel cancer screening can save your life, so do your kit when you receive it in the mail. When it’s detected early, nine out of ten cases can be treated successfully.
Using the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Kit – Chinese traditional translation
 
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Bowel cancer screening saves lives because it’s the best way to detect bowel cancer early – even before symptoms appear. The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program offers free bowel screening kits to eligible Australians. From 2015 the Program is expanding and by 2020 all Australians aged 50-74 will be offered free bowel screening every two years. Visit http://www.australia.gov.au/bowelscreening for more information
Views: 1068 Department of Health
Using the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Kit – Tamil translation
 
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Bowel cancer screening saves lives because it’s the best way to detect bowel cancer early – even before symptoms appear. The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program offers free bowel screening kits to eligible Australians. From 2015 the Program is expanding and by 2020 all Australians aged 50-74 will be offered free bowel screening every two years. Visit http://www.australia.gov.au/bowelscreening for more information
Using the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Kit – Italian translation
 
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Bowel cancer screening saves lives because it’s the best way to detect bowel cancer early – even before symptoms appear. The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program offers free bowel screening kits to eligible Australians. From 2015 the Program is expanding and by 2020 all Australians aged 50-74 will be offered free bowel screening every two years. Visit http://www.australia.gov.au/bowelscreening for more information
Colorectal cancer screening test: instructions
 
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Colorectal cancer, or bowel cancer, is the 2nd deadliest cancer in France. As one of the most common forms of cancer, it affects 4 in every 100 men and 3 in every 100 women, mostly over the age of 50. It develops gradually inside the colon and rectum, usually from small lesions called polyps. As they grow, some polyps bleed. Screening can spot traces of blood in stools which are invisible to the naked eye. Screening reduces mortality caused by colorectal cancer. It can detect cancer most often in its early stages, in addition to some precancerous lesions.
How to do the test (2018) – National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – Arabic translation
 
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Eligible Australians aged between 50 and 74 will receive a free National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit in the mail. Bowel cancer screening can save your life, so do your kit when you receive it in the mail. When it’s detected early, nine out of ten cases can be treated successfully.
How to do the test (2018) – National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – Chinese simplified translation
 
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Eligible Australians aged between 50 and 74 will receive a free National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit in the mail. Bowel cancer screening can save your life, so do your kit when you receive it in the mail. When it’s detected early, nine out of ten cases can be treated successfully.
Using the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program Kit – Arabic translation
 
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Bowel cancer screening saves lives because it’s the best way to detect bowel cancer early – even before symptoms appear. The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program offers free bowel screening kits to eligible Australians. From 2015 the Program is expanding and by 2020 all Australians aged 50-74 will be offered free bowel screening every two years. Visit http://www.australia.gov.au/bowelscreening for more information
Views: 1196 Department of Health
How to do the test (2018) – National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – Vietnamese translation
 
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Eligible Australians aged between 50 and 74 will receive a free National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit in the mail. Bowel cancer screening can save your life, so do your kit when you receive it in the mail. When it’s detected early, nine out of ten cases can be treated successfully.
How to do the test (2018) – National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – Italian translation
 
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Eligible Australians aged between 50 and 74 will receive a free National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit in the mail. Bowel cancer screening can save your life, so do your kit when you receive it in the mail. When it’s detected early, nine out of ten cases can be treated successfully.
Bowel cancer – the facts
 
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Bowel cancer screening saves lives because it’s the best way to detect bowel cancer early – even before symptoms appear. The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program offers free bowel screening kits to eligible Australians. From 2015 the Program is expanding and by 2020 all Australians aged 50-74 will be offered free bowel screening every two years. For more information visit http://www.australia.gov.au/bowelscreening
Views: 10181 Department of Health
How to do the test (2018) – National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – Greek translation
 
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Eligible Australians aged between 50 and 74 will receive a free National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit in the mail. Bowel cancer screening can save your life, so do your kit when you receive it in the mail. When it’s detected early, nine out of ten cases can be treated successfully.
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program - a message from the Chief Medical Officer
 
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If you’re aged 50-74 and eligible you’ll be sent a free bowel cancer screening kit. Around 80 Australians die of bowel cancer every week, but if detected early, up to 90% of cases can be successfully treated. In this video the Chief Medical Officer of the Department of Health provides a brief message about the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program and the importance of bowel cancer screening.
Views: 1608 Department of Health
Auslan  - national bowel cancer screening program
 
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In Australia bowel cancer is very common. Around 80 people die from it every week. Australian has the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program. Everyone over 50years old is offered a test every 5 years. The government will send a kit and you must collect 2 stool samples on different days. Then you post the kit back. About two weeks later you will get your results. If they show blood in the stool, you need to see your doctor (it does not mean you have bowel cancer). For more information see the NBCSP website http://www.cancerscreening.gov.au/internet/screening/publishing.nsf/content/bowel-campaign#cald.
Views: 93 Leonora White
Stick It To No. 2 - Poo Can Be Scary, Bowel Cancer Is Scarier
 
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Bowel cancer is seriously scary. It kills 80 Aussies each week. If you’re over 50, use the screening kit that comes in your mail, and stick it to No 2. Visit www.stickittonumber2.com.au for more information about eligibility, the kit, and why you should use it.
Free Bowel Cancer Screening – A Gift for Living
 
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If you’re aged 50-74 and eligible you’ll be sent a free bowel cancer screening kit. Around 80 Australians die of bowel cancer every week, but if detected early, up to 90% of cases can be successfully treated. In this video Joan Fitches speaks about her diagnosis of bowel cancer, and how doing the kit from the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program saved her life.
Views: 1960 Department of Health
The Bowel Screening Test - Everything You Need To Know (BSL) 1
 
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This film contains information about the Scottish Bowel Screening Programme and the home test kit. Visit www.bowelscreening.scot.nhs.uk for more information.
Views: 7208 NHS Health Scotland
Bowel cancer - Part 2 of 2: Screening for bowel cancer
 
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Part 2 of the video on bowel cancer explains how to screen yourself for bowel cancer and who is eligible for the Australian National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.
Bowel cancer screening 'not enough'
 
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A study in the Medical Journal of Australia has found that the Federal Government's current bowel screening program is not doing enough to prevent the cancer.
Free Bowel Cancer Screening – A Gift for Living
 
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If you’re aged 50-74 and eligible you’ll be sent a free bowel cancer screening kit. Around 80 Australians die of bowel cancer every week, but if detected early, up to 90% of cases can be successfully treated. In this video, John Liney talks about the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program and the importance of bowel cancer screening.
Views: 1370 Department of Health
How to do the test (2018) – National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – Korean translation
 
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Eligible Australians aged between 50 and 74 will receive a free National Bowel Cancer Screening Program kit in the mail. Bowel cancer screening can save your life, so do your kit when you receive it in the mail. When it’s detected early, nine out of ten cases can be treated successfully.
Bowel Cancer - Ernest Brimm's Story - Bowel Screening, just do it.
 
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Ernest Brimm an Aboriginal man from the Tjapukai tribe is an advocate of the Bowel Cancer Screening Program. Ernest explains how he was affected by his father's diagnosis of bowel cancer. He recommends people use the bowel screening kit as soon as it arrives in the mail.
Bowel Cancer... You're Never Too Young'  - Bowel Cancer Australia
 
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Share our video and visit www.bowelcanceraustralia.org/youre-never-too-young You have bowel cancer… Four words you don’t expect to hear when you’re young. Yet the reality around one thousand one hundred (or eleven hundred) Australians under the age of 50 are diagnosed with bowel cancer each year. And more than 200 of those young people will die from the disease. There is a common misconception that bowel cancer is just an ‘old person’s disease’. But you’re never too young to have bowel cancer. The rates of early-onset bowel cancer continue to rise… Despite stabilising or falling rates in older people. So regardless of age people should not ignore the warning signs. And if you have a family history of the disease you need to talk to your GP. Bowel Cancer Australia has created the Bowel Cancer… You’re Never Too Young initiative… To raise community awareness of bowel cancer… And provide support to young people diagnosed with the disease. To find out more and get involved visit www.bowelcanceraustralia.org/youre-never-too-young Thank you to Bowel Cancer Australia Awareness Advocates Andrew, Darren, Hollie, Gemma, Jess, Michelle, Steph and Tom for sharing their stories and experiences as part of the 'Bowel Cancer... You're Never Too Young' initiative.
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: Webinar for nurses working in general practice
 
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Around 80 Australians die of bowel cancer every week, but if detected early, up to 90% of cases can be successfully treated. It is, therefore, vital that nurses know what advice to give about the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program. This 1 hour webinar takes a look at how to approach bowel cancer screening as a nurse working in general practice. This webinar covers: •An introduction to bowel cancer and why screening is important •The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program, including who is eligible and information about the Faecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT) •Information on the new National Cancer Screening Register •How nurses can work with patients to increase bowel cancer screening including: - How to identify patients appropriate for bowel cancer screening - How to have conversations with patients about bowel cancer screening - How to incorporate bowel cancer screening promotion into your practice activities. The webinar originally took place on 1 March 2017. ________________________________________________________________ This initiative is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. The webinar is delivered by Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA), with the support of Cancer Council Western Australia.
Views: 1462 apnanurses
Auslan - national bowel cancer screening program
 
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In Australia bowel cancer is very common. Around 80 people die from it every week. Australian has the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program. Everyone over 50years old is offered a test every 5 years. The government will send a kit and you must collect 2 stool samples on different days. Then you post the kit back. About two weeks later you will get your results. If they show blood in the stool, you need to see your doctor (it does not mean you have bowel cancer). For more information see the NBCSP website http://www.cancerscreening.gov.au/internet/screening/publishing.nsf/content/bowel-campaign#cald.
Views: 28 Leonora White
Bruce explains how to do the bowel cancer screening test
 
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Bruce Loo is a Noongar man from Perth. Bruce encourages Aboriginal and Torres Srait Islander people to do the bowel screening test as soon as it arrives in the mail. Bruce explains that in up to 90% of cases, bowel cancer is treatable if it's found early. Bruce highlights the importance of staying healthy for your family and community.
Colon Cancer Screening Kit
 
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How to complete a colon cancer screening kit
Views: 178 Sean Villafranca
Free Bowel Cancer Screening – A Gift for Living
 
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If you’re aged 50-74 and eligible you’ll be sent a free bowel cancer screening kit. Around 80 Australians die of bowel cancer every week, but if detected early, up to 90% of cases can be successfully treated. In this video, husband and wife - Stephen and Mary-Anne Napier - talk about their experiences with the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program, and the importance of encouraging loved ones to do their bowel cancer screening tests.
Views: 1290 Department of Health
Bowel Cancer - The Colorectal Foundation Australia
 
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http://bowelcanceraustralia.org On 1 January 2011, the Bowel Cancer Foundation (formerly The Colorectal Foundation) merged with Bowel Cancer Australia.
Stick It To No. 2 – Test Your Poo, A Song About Bowel Cancer Screening
 
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Poo can be scary, but bowel cancer is scarier. This video from Cancer Council WA asks Aussies over 50 to use the screening kit that comes in the mail. Early detection of bowel cancer is your best defence. Learn more about eligibility, the kit, and why you should use it at stickittonumber2.com.au.
Cancer Council | Get Behind Bowel Screening
 
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Bowel cancer kills over 70 Australians every week. A simple test could save your life. If you or someone you love is 50 or over visit cancerscreening.gov.au or call 1800 118 868
Views: 97 Agency
Australian scientists develop bowel cancer blood test
 
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Australian scientists say they have developed the first blood test which can identify bowel cancer. They say the new test picked up three out of every four tumours in patients. Duncan Kennedy reports from Sydney. http://www.radiosandwell.co.uk/news_videos.php?post_id=8
Views: 189 Sandwellnews
Cervical Screening Program
 
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From December 2017 the Pap test is changing and will be replaced by a new Cervical Screening Test.
Views: 11058 Department of Health
A simple test for Bowel Cancer: Part 2 of 2
 
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Part 2 of the video on bowel cancer explains how to screen yourself for bowel cancer and who is eligible for the Australian National Bowel Cancer Screening Program. See Part 1 here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjVudaZatH4
Making time for Bowel Cancer Screening
 
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This 7 minute DVD includes everything you need to know about bowel cancer prevention. It is designed for use by individuals, organisations, health professionals, and community groups. It specifically provides Aboriginal men and women with information about bowel cancer, what it is, risk factors, reducing risk, the Faecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT) and The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.
Bowel cancer -- a simple test could save your life
 
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Bowel cancer claims 75 Australian lives every week. If you are 50 or over, check out Cancer Council's new campaign and find out how a simple home test could help save your life. Find out more at: http://www.bowelcancer.org.au
Views: 38111 Cancer Council
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program - the role of general practice
 
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A video for General Practitioners explaining the important role of GPs in promoting the National Bowel Cancer Screening program to their clients.
Views: 645 Cancer Council
Make Bowel Cancer Disappear (Animation)
 
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Our vision is to eliminate bowel cancer in Australia. It's no small task. So to raise awareness for such a big challenge, we're doing something BIG! On 29th August 2014, we're creating a symbolic statement in Martin place, in the heart of Sydney's busy CBD. We'll be building the words 'bowel cancer' out of 5,000 boxes, each representing a bowel screening test kit. These boxes will be removed throughout the day by passers-by. We encourage you to come down and take one, and in doing so, help make the words disappear. The symbolic message this conveys is simple - the more people who take a bowel screening test, the less we'll see of bowel cancer. We'll be filming the event and using it as the basis for a national TV commercial to educate people on the importance of screening for the early detection of bowel cancer and inspire them to take action. We're very excited by the potential it holds, and would love to see you there on the day to show your support - please take a box and be part of this interactive installation. Our thanks to Ruchi and Melissa at CVIS, Adelaide for creating this animation to demonstrate the campaign.
Views: 400 JodiLeeFdn
Bowel Cancer Screening Test
 
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Information about a free Bowel Cancer test, how to use it and what to look out for. For more information please visit: http://www.gov.im/health/services/Public_Health/HI/Screening/bowel.xml
Views: 1264 IsleofManGovernment
2013 FOBruary campaign - Dip. Drop. Done.
 
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http://bowelcanceraustralia.org FOBruary is a collaboration between Let's Beat Bowel Cancer (a Cabrini initiative) and Bowel Cancer Australia to raise awareness of bowel cancer and encourage more Australians to test for the disease. FOBruary calls on Australians aged 50 and over to have a FOB Test (Faecal Occult Blood Test) during the month of February to screen for bowel cancer, and that's as simple as Dip. Drop. Done. http://dripdropdone.org