A Wester Ross man who was diagnosed with cancer after a routine screening is encouraging men over 50 to get themselves checked.
People should continue to enjoy steak, sausages and bacon, experts have said, as they claimed there is no proof red and processed meats cause cancer.
George Alagiah has told of his guilt at using a disabled toilet when he was not visibly disabled but was having to use the facilities due to a stoma bag attached to his stomach.
George Alagiah has spoken about how “tough” it was to discover his bowel cancer had returned.
News that BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen has bowel cancer has led to almost triple the number of visits to an NHS information website.
Jeremy Bowen decided to go public with his bowel cancer diagnosis because if it helps others “it’s time well spent”.
BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen has revealed he is suffering from bowel cancer but is staying positive.
NHS Grampian told to apologise over ‘unreasonable’ three year delay in diagnosing mother’s bowel cancer
The failure by NHS Grampian to diagnose a mother’s bowel cancer over a three-year period “likely had a significant impact on her ability to survive her illness”, a public services watchdog has found.
BBC newsreader George Alagiah said his cancer was caught “very late” and may have been detected earlier if England had similar screening procedures to Scotland.
Obesity has caused almost 5,000 cases of bowel cancer over the last decade in Scotland, according to new figures from a leading cancer charity.
The widow of a respected north-east MSP has told of his battle with bowel cancer, which claimed his life only six weeks after his diagnosis.
A Mearns couple have backed a national campaign to lower the age for bowel cancer screening.
The British are notoriously private and prone to embarrassment when it comes to bodily functions, particularly those "down there" - which may go some way to explaining why up to two-thirds of eligible people aren't taking part in bowel cancer screening.
A north-east MSP has called on the Scottish Government to back up a new cancer campaign with more money for NHS Grampian.
After months of silence about her cancer battle, Lynda Bellingham reveals all in a heartfelt book. Here, she tells us how she’s preparing to say goodbye Lynda Bellingham hopes to make it to Christmas to celebrate her favourite time of year one last time, surrounded by her family.