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Bowelscan Goes National

The following article appeared in the Toowoomba Chronicle - 7th Mar 2015. 

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UNTIL this year, each March for 15 years the dedicated members of the Rotary Bowelscan Program could be seen out and about across the Darling Downs and beyond promoting the importance of bowel tests.

Rotarian, the late Ray Inglis, brought the project to Toowoomba in 1999 and in the years since the program has spread to include other towns across the Darling Downs and south-west Queensland, Lockyer Valley, South Burnett and Ipswich.

"Bowelscan is essentially a public awareness program seeking to increase knowledge of bowel cancer and its symptoms," explained Bowelscan committee chairman Bob Kretchmann.

"The project involved the distribution of a simple test kit on which.....Read More

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