A local charity raising awareness and supporting people affected by bowel cancer in the Isle of Man

Current News

10th Anniversary Glitter Ball

10th Anniversary Glitter Ball

Bowel Cancer Isle of Man is delighted to announce that it is holding a “Glitter Ball” to celebrate its tenth year of raising awareness and supporting those affected by bowel cancer in the Island.  Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by emailing… Read more

Lynn & Brenda are climbing Kilimanjaro!

Lynn & Brenda are climbing Kilimanjaro!

Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest freestanding mountain in the world: over 19,000ft.  This September Lynn Nicolas and Brenda Stoffberg, who both work at Noble’s Hospital, will be taking on the challenge of trekking to the top.   Lynn climbed Machu… Read more

10th Anniversary Afternoon Tea

10th Anniversary Afternoon Tea

Thank you to everyone who joined us at our 10th Anniversary afternoon tea in June. We had a great time catching up with fundraisers, volunteers, other charities and bowel cancer patients.             The staff at Peel Golf Club were brilliant… Read more

Nurses’ Viking Long Boat Challenge

Nurses’ Viking Long Boat Challenge

For the past two years the Isle of Man 2016 student nurse cohort at Noble’s Hospital has supported local charities by taking part in the Viking Long Boat Championships at Peel. This year the nurses have chosen to support Bowel Cancer Isle of Man.  For… Read more

IOM Cancer Patient Information Pack

IOM Cancer Patient Information Pack

IOM Cancer Patient Binder 2018 – created by IOM Cancer Services User Forum and sponsored by Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association. This information pack is designed to help you keep all the information you may need about your cancer, treatment and the support services available… Read more

Travelling off Island for treatment

Travelling off Island for treatment

The Isle of Man Department of Health has made arrangements with hospitals in the UK to provide certain specialised treatments that are not available here on the Island. These hospitals are predominantly within the North West of England and have agreed to a contract to… Read more

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Past News

Extension of bowel cancer screening programme

The age range for bowel cancer screening has been increased in the Isle of Man. Since 2011 test kits have been distributed to Island residents in their sixties. Samples are sent to the UK for screening and any positive results followed-up with further tests. From… Read more