Be Clear on Cancer Campaigns
Be Clear on Cancer is a Public Health England initiative to raise awareness of the importance of an early diagnosis of cancer and to encourage people to see their GP sooner. The programme is delivered in partnership with NHS England, Department of Health and Cancer Research UK with input from clinical and academic partners.
Be Clear on Cancer was developed to target bowel, lung, breast, blood in urine (as a symptom of bladder and kidney cancer), oesophago-gastric and ovarian cancers and includes resources in audio and sign language. An additional breast cancer campaign specifically for women over 70 years and a cancer symptoms campaign called ‘Know 4 sure’ have also been developed.
For more information regarding national cancer campaigns, please click on the links below.
Further Useful Cancer Resources
Coronavirus and Cancer
Cancer Research UK provides comprehensive information regarding the impact of coronavirus on people with cancer and their families who might be feeling especially worried about the coronavirus outbreak. The resources over topic including:
- Coronavirus vaccine and cancer
- Coronavirus and cancer treatment
- Going into hospital during the coronavirus pandemic
- Coronavirus shielding advice
For NHS information regarding symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer.
Cancer Research UK: Breast Cancer
For NHS information regarding symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment for bowel cancer.
Bowel Cancer UK Charity: Bowel Cancer UK
For NHS information regarding symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment for cervical cancer.
Cervical Screening (Smear Test) Video: A short video about cervical screening, also known as a smear test. It aims to help you understand why you are invited for a smear test, what happens during the smear test, and your results.
Cervical Cancer UK Charity: Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust
For NHS UK information regarding symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment for lung cancer.
Only UK Lung Cancer Charity: Lung Cancer Foundation
For NHS UK information regarding symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment for prostate cancer.
Prostate Cancer Charity: Prostate Cancer UK