Calls to lower bowel cancer screening age

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Calls to lower bowel cancer screening age

965,000 Londoners are being denied a potentially life-saving cancer test according to a leading charity. Beating Bowel Cancer is calling for the screening age to be lowered from 60 to 50 to help catch the disease at an earlier stage. 

Beating Bowel Cancer's Head of Nurse Advisory, Charlotte Dawson speaks to London Live's Reya El-Salahi.

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