Mr Brightside Project

The Mr Brightside Project was set up by family and friends in memory of Stephen Johns who after a short battle against bowel cancer died at the young age of 26. The Charity aims to carry on his legacy, Stephen lived his life with a smile on his face and a glint in his eye living everyday to the full.
If bowel cancer is diagnosed in its earliest stages, the chance of surviving a further five years is 90%, and a complete cure is usually possible. However, bowel cancer diagnosed in its most advanced stage only has a five-year survival rate of 6% and a complete cure is unlikely.

Symptoms of bowel cancer

Bleeding

Bleeding

Bleeding from the bottom without obvious reason, or blood in your poo

Bowel Habit

Bowel Habit

A persistent change in bowel habit to looser or more frequent bowel movements

Weight Lose

Weight Lose

Unexplained weight lose

Tiredness

Tiredness

Extreme tiredness for no obvious reason

Pain or Lump

Pain or Lump

A lump in your tummy or tummy pain, especially if it's severe

Doctor

Doctor

Chances are it won't be bowel cancer. But if you're concerned, it's better to play safe

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Help us raise awareness of bowel cancer for men & women of all ages. 
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