Tagged: Be Clear on Cancer

Looking ahead to the Be Clear on Cancer campaigns for 2013

The department is running regional and local pilot Be Clear on Cancer campaigns in January 2013 to improve public awareness of cancer symptoms. The campaign is set to encourage those … Read more → – Looking ahead to the Be Clear on Cancer campaigns for 2013

The week: issue 262

On the agenda this week: Sir David Nicholson sets out the new approval process for making termination payments to very senior managers (VSMs); the Department of Health re-launches the Be Clear on Cancer … Read more → – The week: issue 262

Be Clear on Cancer – update on activity

An update on the Be Clear on Cancer programme that promotes early cancer diagnosis, including the launch of the ‘reminder’ campaign on bowel cancer, is published today for the NHS … Read more → – Be Clear on Cancer – update on activity

Bowel cancer campaign is relaunched

Be Clear on Cancer

The Department of Health has today relaunched the Be Clear on Cancer bowel cancer campaign. Incorporating TV and radio advertising as well as face-to-face events around the country, the campaign, … Read more → – Bowel cancer campaign is relaunched

Be Clear on Cancer – national campaign to promote earlier diagnosis of lung cancer

The campaign is to raise public awareness of the symptoms of lung cancer and encourage people with persistent symptoms to go to see their GP. It will target people over … Read more → – Be Clear on Cancer – national campaign to promote earlier diagnosis of lung cancer

Evaluation of the bowel cancer awareness pilot

The first regional bowel cancer awareness campaign ran in the East of England and South West in January 2011. The campaign was intended to raise awareness of the symptoms of … Read more → – Evaluation of the bowel cancer awareness pilot

Government launches its first ever national bowel cancer campaign

Be Clear on Cancer

The Government’s first ever national cancer campaign to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer is launched today. Public awareness of the symptoms of bowel cancer is … Read more → – Government launches its first ever national bowel cancer campaign