NHS England abdominal and urological cancer campaign uses accessible formats

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NHS England and NHS Improvement is raising awareness of abdominal and urological cancer symptoms as part of the latest ‘Help Us Help You’ campaign and have produced resources in alternative formats including braille, large print (opens PDF), film with BSL and audio interview with captions featuring GP Dr Hilary Jones, and easy read materials (opens PDF) which are available on the PHE Campaign Resources Centre.

The campaign leads with the message,

‘If you’ve had tummy trouble such as discomfort or diarrhoea for three weeks or more, or blood in your pee - even just once, contact your GP practice as it could be a sign of cancer’.

While it’s probably nothing serious, if it is cancer, finding it early makes it more treatable and can save lives so it is imperative you contact your GP practice as soon as possible.


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