Bowel Cancer Screening Clinical Trials
Bowel cancer ranks as the fourth most common cancer in the UK, with nearly 43,000 annual diagnoses. Presently, around 268,000 individuals in the UK have been diagnosed with this condition.
A vast majority of new cases, 94%, are detected in people aged 50 or older. However, it’s essential to note that bowel cancer can affect individuals of any age, with over 2,600 new cases diagnosed in those under 50 each year. The lifetime risk of being diagnosed with bowel cancer is 1 in 15 for men and 1 in 18 for women.
We are recruiting for clinical trials investigating Colorectal Cancer screening. This will include a low dose CT scan and 3 follow-up appointments with our clinicians over a 3-year period. These clinical trials are investigating Cancer screening for individuals with a family history of Cancer”.
You will receive up to £640 in financial compensation for your time and expenses once enrolled onto the study.
- 45 – 85 years of age.
- No serious or chronic health conditions.
- Family history of Cancer.
Volunteers eligible to take part in a clinical trial will receive:
- Complementary health assessment, including Blood Cholesterol check, and medical advice
- Clinic appointments scheduled at your convenience