Cancer


1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70 (Rani Atma)

Format: Poster A4

An A4 poster featuring campaign case study and cancer survivor, Rani Atma.

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1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70 (web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Web banner encouraging women over 70 to tell their doctors straight away if they are concerned about changes to their breasts. Includes URL for NHS website for breast cancer in women over 70.

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1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70 (web banner, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Web banner encouraging women over 70 to tell their doctors straight away if they are concerned about changes to their breasts.

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1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70, so don't assume you're past it

Format: Booklet A5

This Be Clear on Cancer - Breast campaign leaflet details breast cancer signs and symptoms.

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1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70, so don't assume you're past it (A4 poster - Margaret Underwood)

Format: Poster A4

A poster featuring campaign case study and cancer survivor, Margaret Underwood. The Be Clear on Cancer (breast cancer) campaign is aimed at women over 70.

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4 in 10 cancers can be prevented

Format: Poster A3

This poster shows the proportions of cancer cases in the UK linked to risk factors which are theoretically preventable by lifestyle and other changes.

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A change to a mole isn't the only sign of skin cancer (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

A skin cancer prevention poster, featuring cancer survivor Bill Norton.

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A cough that lasts 3 weeks or more - 1 (e-mail signature)

Format: Email signature / web banner

The aim of this campaign is to raise awareness of the key symptom of lung cancer – a cough that lasts for three weeks or more, and to encourage those who have this symptom to contact their GP practice.

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A cough that lasts 3 weeks or more - 2 (e-mail signature)

Format: Email signature / web banner

The aim of this campaign is to raise awareness of the key symptom of lung cancer – a cough that lasts for three weeks or more, and to encourage those who have this symptom to contact their GP practice.

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A cough that lasts 3 weeks or more - couple (e-mail signature)

Format: Email signature / web banner

The aim of this campaign is to raise awareness of the key symptom of lung cancer – a cough that lasts for three weeks or more, and to encourage those who have this symptom to contact their GP practice.

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A cough that lasts 3 weeks or more could be a warning sign - bedroom (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP practice if they are worried about a cough that lasts three weeks or more, which could be a sign of lung cancer.

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A cough that lasts 3 weeks or more could be a warning sign - couch (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP practice if they are worried about a cough that lasts three weeks or more, which could be a sign of lung cancer.

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A cough that lasts 3 weeks or more could be a warning sign - kitchen (A4 poster)

Format: Booklet A4

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP practice if they are worried about a cough that lasts three weeks or more, which could be a sign of lung cancer.

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After someone dies: coping with bereavement

Format: Booklet A5

This booklet is about coping when someone close to you has died. It is for the relatives and friends of anyone who has died from cancer. The booklet looks at some of the emotions you may have and the support that can help. It also gives you some practical information about what to do and what to expect when someone dies.

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Be clear on cancer - breast cancer (symptoms card)

Format: Business card

A symptom card to support the Be Clear on Cancer campaign for women over 70.

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Be sunsmart - kids cook quick

Format: Poster A3

This striking A3 poster of two blonde boys emphasises the fact that children burn more easily and asks parents to keep them covered.

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Be sunsmart - see beyond the tan (women)

Format: Booklet DL

Using sunbeds can cause skin cancer. This leaflet, aimed at women, explains the risk to your health from using sunbeds and redresses some common misconceptions.

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Be sunsmart - see beyond the tan (women, poster)

Format: Poster A3

This A3 poster highlights the health risks from using sunbeds.

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Been coughing for 3 weeks or more? (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

If someone has been coughing for 3 weeks, it could be a sign of lung disease, including cancer. Finding it early makes it more treatable. The message is "don't ignore it, tell your doctor".

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Being active is important for cancer (A4 flyer)

Format: Booklet A4

This patient information leaflet contains a summary of key information and practical tips on physical activity for Cancer patients. Share it online, by social media or print it out. It can also be used as a poster on the wall.

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Blood in your poo or looser poo? Tell your doctor (web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

The early symptoms of bowel cancer can include changes in your bowel habits. Finding it early makes it more treatable, and could save lives. This web banner encourages people to speak to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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Blood in your poo or looser poo? Tell your doctor (web banner, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

The early symptoms of bowel cancer can include changes in your bowel habits. Finding it early makes it more treatable, and could save lives. This web banner encourages people to speak to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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Bowel cancer screening - an easy guide

Format: Booklet A5

A leaflet about bowel cancer screening, developed by and for people with learning disabilities.

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Bowel scope screening

Format: Booklet A5

NHS bowel scope screening is a new test to help prevent bowel cancer. It does this by finding and removing any small growths called polyps, in the bowel that could eventually turn into cancer.

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Bowel screening saves lives (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

An A3 poster for doctors, pharmacists and nurses across primary care to promote bowel screening.

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Breast cancer - the key facts

Format: Booklet A5

This short booklet looks at what breast cancer is, what can cause it, early detection and breast awareness.

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Breast cancer and how to spot it (easy read)

Format: Booklet A5

An easy read version of the Breast Cancer campaign leaflet.

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Cancer information and support here - North Norfolk Macmillan Cancer Support Centre (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

The North Norfolk Cancer Support Centre is based at Cromer Hospital. It provides vital information and support to anyone who has been affected by cancer.

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Caring friends - for cancer in Mid Norfolk (leaflet)

Format: Booklet A5

Caring Friends for Cancer provide friendship, support and information to anyone affected by cancer.

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Cervical screening can stop cancer before it starts (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

An A4 poster to target all eligible women aged 25 – 64 in the new cervical screening campaign.

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Cervical screening can stop cancer before it starts (card)

Format: Business card

A wallet sized concertina information card about the importance of having cervical screening. Sections include: What is cervical screening? Do I need a screening? What will happen during my appointment? Tips to make you more comfortable How do I book my screening?

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Cervical screening can stop cancer before it starts - GP (e-mail signature)

Format: Email signature / web banner

An email signature for GP practices and screening centres to use on their e-mails.

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Cervical screening can stop cancer before it starts - pharmacy (e-mail signature)

Format: Email signature / web banner

An e-mail signatures for Pharmacies and Community Partners to use on their emails.

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Cervical screening can stop cancer before it starts - post it note (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

This A4 poster promotes the new cervical screening campaign with the message "don't ignore your cervical screening invite letter. If you've missed your last cervical screening, book an appointment with your GP practice now". The target audience is all eligible women aged 25 – 64.

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Cervical screening can stop cancer before it starts - post it note (pharmacy digital screen)

Format: Email signature / web banner

A digtal screen for pharmacies and community partners to use on site such as on: TV screens, monitor screen saver. This can be used to promote the new Cervical Screening campaign.

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Dereham Cancer Care (leaflet)

Format: Booklet A5

A local charity supporting people whose lives are affected by cancer. The centre is staffed by volunteers who offer support, friendship and information to cancer patients, their families and carers - indeed anyone whose life is touched by cancer in the Dereham area.

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Do you have either of these symptoms? Tell your doctor (large print)

Format: Booklet A4

This leaflet tells the patient about why it is important to see a doctor if they have had a cough for more than 3 weeks, and why it is important you see a doctor if they get out of breath doing things they used to be able to do.

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Do you know or look after someone over 50? (Carers briefing)

Format: Factsheet A4

This pdf is a carers briefing with details of the messaging for the campaign and what carers can do to advise whom they are caring for.

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Don't carry the worry of cancer with you - bme man (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

The campaign is designed to address the key barriers to people seeking help, the fear around cancer diagnosis and the importance of body awareness when it comes to bodily changes that could be a sign of cancer.

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Don't carry the worry of cancer with you - man (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

The campaign is designed to address the key barriers to people seeking help, the fear around cancer diagnosis and the importance of body awareness when it comes to bodily changes that could be a sign of cancer.

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Don't carry the worry of cancer with you - woman (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

The campaign is designed to address the key barriers to people seeking help, the fear around cancer diagnosis and the importance of body awareness when it comes to bodily changes that could be a sign of cancer.

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Don't forget to have your HPV vaccination! (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

An A3 poster to promote the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programme in schools.

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Don't let the thought of cancer play on your mind - man 1 (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

NHS England and NHS Improvement has launched a radically new cancer phase of the ‘Help Us, Help You’ campaign. The aim of the campaign is to encourage people who are experiencing potential signs of cancer to come forward to their GP practice to help increase earlier diagnosis and improve outcomes.

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Don't let the thought of cancer play on your mind - man 2 (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

NHS England and NHS Improvement has launched a radically new cancer phase of the ‘Help Us, Help You’ campaign. The aim of the campaign is to encourage people who are experiencing potential signs of cancer to come forward to their GP practice to help increase earlier diagnosis and improve outcomes.

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Don't let the thought of cancer play on your mind - woman (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

NHS England and NHS Improvement has launched a radically new cancer phase of the ‘Help Us, Help You’ campaign. The aim of the campaign is to encourage people who are experiencing potential signs of cancer to come forward to their GP practice to help increase earlier diagnosis and improve outcomes.

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Dr Ian Watson - respiratory symptom awareness (skyscraper)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Getting out of breath or a persistent cough could be a sign of heart or lung disease, including cancer. Finding it early makes it more treatable, so don’t ignore it, tell your doctor.

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Dr Rosie Loftus - respiratory symptom awareness (skyscraper)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Getting out of breath or a persistent cough could be a sign of heart or lung disease, including cancer. Finding it early makes it more treatable, so don’t ignore it, tell your doctor.

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Feeling bloated most days for 3 weeks could be a sign of ovarian cancer (poster, A4)

Format: Poster A4

This poster encourages women with persistent bloating to see their doctor in case it is a symptom of ovarian cancer.

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Feeling bloated, most days, for 3 weeks could be a sign of ovarian cancer (Dr Barbara Barrie)

Format: Poster A3

This poster encourages women with persistent bloating to see their doctor in case it is a symptom of ovarian cancer.

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Feeling bloated, most days, for 3 weeks could be a sign of ovarian cancer (web banner 1)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages women with persistent bloating to see their doctor in case it is a symptom of ovarian cancer.

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Feeling bloated, most days, for 3 weeks could be a sign of ovarian cancer (web banner 1, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages women with persistent bloating to see their doctor in case it is a symptom of ovarian cancer.

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Feeling bloated, most days, for 3 weeks could be a sign of ovarian cancer (web banner 2)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages women with persistent bloating to see their doctor in case it is a symptom of ovarian cancer.

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Feeling bloated, most days, for 3 weeks could be a sign of ovarian cancer (web banner 2, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages women with persistent bloating to see their doctor in case it is a symptom of ovarian cancer.

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Food sticking when you swallow could be a sign of cancer (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

A poster to promote the oesophageal cancer campaign (with Dr Jane Scott).

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Food sticking when you swallow could be a sign of cancer (web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages people to speak to their doctor if they have concerns.

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Food sticking when you swallow could be a sign of cancer (web banner, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages people to speak to their doctor if they have concerns.

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Get out of breath doing things you used to be able to do? (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

If someone gets out of breath doing things they used to be able to do, it could be a sign of lung or heart disease, or even cancer. Finding it early makes it more treatable. The message is "don't ignore it, tell your doctor".

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Have you had a cough for more than 3 weeks? (easy read)

Format: Booklet A4

This leaflet tells the patient about why it is important to see a doctor if they have had a cough for more than 3 weeks, and why it is important you see a doctor if they get out of breath doing things they used to be able to do.

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Have you noticed any changes in your health? (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

A poster explaining the importance of early diagnosis and encouraging early presentation.

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Having a smear test - an easy guide

Format: Booklet A5

A leaflet about cervical screening by and for women with learning disabilities.

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Having heartburn, most days, for 3 weeks or more (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

A 'Be Clear On Cancer' oesophageal cancer campaign poster with Dr David Isaac .

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Having heartburn, most days, for 3 weeks or more, could be a sign of cancer (web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Having heartburn, most days, for 3 weeks or more, could be a sign of cancer of the stomach or oesophagus. This web banner encourages people to speak to their doctor if they have concerns.

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Having heartburn, most days, for 3 weeks or more, could be a sign of cancer (web banner, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Having heartburn, most days, for 3 weeks or more, could be a sign of cancer of the stomach or oesophagus. This web banner encourages people to speak to their doctor if they have concerns.

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How to try to not get cancer (easy read)

Format: Booklet A4

An easy read leaflet providing information on how to reduce your cancer risk, using simple language and pictures.

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I'm doing it for me - don't ignore your cervical screening invite (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

Launching on 14th February 2022, The Help Us Help You – Cervical Screening campaign will encourage those eligible for screening - women and people with a cervix aged 25-64 - to respond to their cervical screening invitation letter, and to book an appointment with their GP practice if they missed their last screening.

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I'm doing it for our future - don't ignore your cervical screening invite (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

Launching on 14th February 2022, The Help Us Help You – Cervical Screening campaign will encourage those eligible for screening - women and people with a cervix aged 25-64 - to respond to their cervical screening invitation letter, and to book an appointment with their GP practice if they missed their last screening.

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I'm doing it for peace of mind - don't ignore your cervical screening invite (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

Launching on 14th February 2022, The Help Us Help You – Cervical Screening campaign will encourage those eligible for screening - women and people with a cervix aged 25-64 - to respond to their cervical screening invitation letter, and to book an appointment with their GP practice if they missed their last screening.

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I'm just a bit bloated (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about symptoms of bloating, diarrhoea and tummy troubles that could be signs of abdominal cancers.

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If for the last 3 weeks you've had blood in your poo or it's been looser, don't sit there, tell your doctor (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

The early symptoms of bowel cancer can include changes in your bowel habits. This leaflet encourages people to speak to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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If you notice blood in your pee, even if it's just the once, tell your doctor

Format: Booklet A5

Around 19,100 people in England are diagnosed with bladder or kidney cancer each year. Both cancers affect men and women, although they are more common in men. Bladder and kidney cancers can affect people of all ages but are most common in people over 50. This leaflet provides important information on what causes these cancers, how to spot it, seeing your doctor, and reducing your risk of cancer.

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If you notice blood in your pee, even if it's just the once, tell your doctor (A3 poster - female)

Format: Poster A3

If someone notices blood in their pee, even if it's just the once, they must tell their doctor straight away.

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If you notice blood in your pee, even if it's just the once, tell your doctor (A3 poster - male)

Format: Poster A3

If someone notices blood in their pee, even if it's just the once, they must tell their doctor straight away.

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If you notice blood in your pee, even if it's just the once, tell your doctor (A4 poster - female)

Format: Poster A4

If someone notices blood in their pee, even if it's just the once, they must tell their doctor straight away.

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If you notice blood in your pee, even if it's just the once, tell your doctor (A4 poster - male)

Format: Poster A4

If someone notices blood in their pee, even if it's just the once, they must tell their doctor straight away.

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If you notice blood in your pee, even if it's just the once, tell your doctor (web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Blood in your pee is a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancer. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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It's best to check (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

There are lots of different signs and symptoms of cancer. It’s important to remember that having any of them doesn’t necessarily mean you have cancer but it’s always best to check. The most common signs of cancer in young people are - lumps, bumps and swellings, unexplained tiredness, mole changes, persistent pain, and significant weight change.

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It's cancer. You're bound to have questions (poster)

Format: Poster A3

It's cancer. You're bound to have questions. We'll help you find the answers.

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It's just a bit of blood (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This first phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer.

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It's just a bit of blood (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This first phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer.

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It's just a little lump (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This first phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer.

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It's just a little lump (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This first phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer.

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Just a bit uncomfortable (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about symptoms of bloating, diarrhoea and tummy troubles that could be signs of abdominal cancers.

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Just got the runs (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about symptoms of bloating, diarrhoea and tummy troubles that could be signs of abdominal cancers.

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Keeping your bowel healthy - easy read

Format: Booklet A5

An easy read A4 booklet to help someone understand the steps they can take for good bowel health and to reduce their risk of bowel cancer.

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Know 4 sure - Dr Barbara Barrie (poster, A3)

Format: Poster A3

This poster outlines the 4 keys signs to look out for when it comes to detecting possible early signs of cancer and encourages people to talk to their doctor if they notice any of these.

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Know the facts about common skin cancers

Format: Flyer A5

There are two main kinds of skin cancer : melanoma, and non-melanoma. This leaflet deals specifically with the more common, non-melanoma types of skin cancer.

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Know your breasts (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

This A3 poster illustrates the signs and symptoms of breast cancer to be aware of, and highlights the message that any new change should be reported to your GP. A breast change could be a sign of cancer, but get any changes checked as soon as you can.

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Know your breasts (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

This A4 poster illustrates the signs and symptoms of breast cancer to be aware of, and highlights the message that any new change should be reported to your GP.

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Know your breasts - a guide to breast awareness and screening

Format: Booklet A5

This booklet explains the normal breast changes that can happen at different times throughout your life and how to be aware of any unusual changes.

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Let's be clear. If for the last 3 weeks you've had blood in your poo (poster, A3)

Format: Poster A3

The early symptoms of bowel cancer can include changes in your bowel habits.This poster encourages people to contact their doctor if they have any concerns.

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Let's eat and drink healthily

Format: Booklet A5

This leaflet provides practical guidance on how to reduce the risk of cancer by eating and drinking healthily.

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Let's eat and drink healthily (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

A poster encouraging people to have a healthy diet and reduce their cancer risk.

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Let's stay safe in the sun

Format: Booklet A5

This leaflet talks about how to enjoy the sun safely and reduce the risk of skin cancer and when you need to protect yourself.

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Let's stay safe in the sun (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

A poster encouraging people to enjoy the sun safely.

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Life saving poo - bowel cancer screening - black female (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK. Yet the latest data shows that almost one third of people who were sent an NHS bowel cancer screening kit in England last year did not go on to complete it. Early diagnosis is vital, as detecting bowel cancer at the earliest stage makes you up to 9 times more likely to be successfully treated.

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Life saving poo - bowel cancer screening - south asian female (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK. Yet the latest data shows that almost one third of people who were sent an NHS bowel cancer screening kit in England last year did not go on to complete it. Early diagnosis is vital, as detecting bowel cancer at the earliest stage makes you up to 9 times more likely to be successfully treated.

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Life saving poo - bowel cancer screening - white female (A4 poster)

Format: Booklet A4

Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK. Yet the latest data shows that almost one third of people who were sent an NHS bowel cancer screening kit in England last year did not go on to complete it. Early diagnosis is vital, as detecting bowel cancer at the earliest stage makes you up to 9 times more likely to be successfully treated.

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Life saving poo - bowel cancer screening - white male (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK. Yet the latest data shows that almost one third of people who were sent an NHS bowel cancer screening kit in England last year did not go on to complete it. Early diagnosis is vital, as detecting bowel cancer at the earliest stage makes you up to 9 times more likely to be successfully treated.

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NHS bowel cancer screening - having a colonoscopy

Format: Booklet A5

A leaflet sent to individuals following an abnormal result from bowel scope screening.

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NHS bowel cancer screening - helping you decide

Format: Booklet A4

The NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme now uses the new faecal immunochemical test (FIT) kit. This leaflet relates to the FIT test.

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NHS breast screening - helping you decide (A5 booklet)

Format: Booklet A5

Information on the NHS breast screening programme to help eligible women make a personal informed choice about whether to take part.

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NHS breast screening programme - 71 or over?

Format: Booklet A5

This leaflet is about NHS breast screening for women aged 71 or over.

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NHS Cervical Screening - having a colposcopy

Format: Booklet A5

A leaflet to send to women referred for colposcopy, after an abnormal cervical screening result.

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NHS cervical screening - helping you decide

Format: Booklet A5

This leaflet is sent to all women invited for NHS cervical screening.

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Norwich Breast Screening Service (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

Breast screening is fast, free and can detect cancer early. If you’re 50 – 71 and registered with a GP surgery, you will automatically receive an invitation for breast screening every three years. Following the delays caused by the Covid pandemic many women will be called up to 12 months early, in order to get back into line with pre-covid screening. If this happens to you do not worry, it is not a mistake. If you are over 71-years-old, you can self-refer and still attend once every three years for as long as you would like. There is no upper age limit for screening.

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Noticed blood in your pee? Dr Jyoti Sood (web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Blood in your pee is a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancer. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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Noticed blood in your pee? Tell your doctor straight away (web banner 1)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Blood in your pee is a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancer. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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Noticed blood in your pee? Tell your doctor straight away (web banner 1, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Blood in your pee is a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancer. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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Noticed blood in your pee? Tell your doctor straight away (web banner 2)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Blood in your pee is a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancer. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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Noticed blood in your pee? Tell your doctor straight away (web banner 2, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Blood in your pee is a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancer. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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Obesity is a cause of cancer (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

Obesity is the biggest preventable cause of cancer after smoking. This poster highlights that message.

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Over 70? You can still have breast screening if you choose

Format: Booklet A5

Breast screening is a way of detecting breast cancer, often at a very early stage. It involves X-rays called mammograms. This leaflet tells you more about breast screening if you are over 70 and what you are entitled to.

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Questions about cancer (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

An A3 poster promoting our free patient information services - a website, confidential nurse helpline and online discussion forum.

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Save our skin/understanding UV

Format: Flyer A5

Ultra violet radiation (UVR) from the sun can cause sunburn and damage to the skin which may lead to skin cancer.

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Shunburn - these steps can help prevent 80% of the most serious types of skin cancer (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

It’s the damage done to your skin when you’re young that could lead to skin cancer developing in later life, so it's vital to get clued up now and protect yourself from the sun.

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Simple steps for good bowel health

Format: Booklet A5

This booklet contains simple steps someone can take to keep their bowel healthy.

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Skin cancer - don't get caught out (women)

Format: Poster A3

This A3 poster, aimed at women, highlights the need to protect yourself from sunburn.

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Skin damage - also available in the UK

Format: Postcard

This A6 postcard emphasises the impact of the sun in the UK. Someone doesn't have to be abroad to burn and damage their skin.

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Skin damage also availabe in the UK (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

An A3 poster emphasising the impact of the sun in the UK. You don't have to be abroad to burn or damage your skin.

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Maximum Order: 2


Skindex / Are you at risk?

Format: Flyer A5

Not everyone's skin offers the same level of protection in the sun. This 'skin type' chart gives an idea of how much care is needed in the sun. The reverse side encourages people to slip on a shirt, seek out shade and slap on sunscreen - and to advise a doctor of any changes to a mole or patch of skin.

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Maximum Order: 5


Spot bowel cancer early (leaflet)

Format: Booklet A5

Whether you've heard about it from a friend or family member, seen it in the news, or are just curious: if you want to know more about bowel cancer, this leaflet is for you.

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Maximum Order: 10


Spot breast cancer early

Format: Booklet A5

Whether you've heard about it from a friend or family member, seen it in the news, or are just curious: if you want to know more about spotting the signs of breast cancer, this leaflet is for you.

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Spot cervical cancer early (leaflet)

Format: Booklet A5

If you want to know more about spotting the signs of cervical cancer, this leaflet is for you.

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Spot lung cancer early

Format: Booklet A5

Whether you've heard about it from a friend or family member, seen it in the news, or are just curious: if you want to know more about spotting lung cancer, this leaflet is for you.

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Spot prostate cancer early

Format: Booklet A5

In this leaflet, you'll find possible signs of prostate cancer, tips for telling your doctor if something's not quite right, and some facts about the PSA test.

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Spot skin cancer early

Format: Booklet A5

Whether you've heard about it from a friend or family member, seen it in the news, or are just curious: if you want to know more about spotting melanoma skin cancer, this leaflet is for you.

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Spotting cancer early saves lives (easy read)

Format: Booklet A4

An easy read leaflet providing information on early diagnosis, using simple language and pictures.

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Spotting cancer early saves lives - information for men

Format: Booklet A5

.A leaflet for men covering cancer screening and the importance of early diagnosis.

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Spotting cancer early saves lives - information for women

Format: Booklet A5

A leaflet for women covering cancer screening and the importance of early diagnosis.

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Summer wise - how to protect yourself in hot weather

Format: Booklet A5

While summer may lift our spirits, temperatures can become dangerously hot. Anyone can be affected by the heat but you may be especially at risk if you're living with a long-term health condition or on some medications.

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That pain just won't go (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This first phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer.

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That pain just won't go (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

The campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This first phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer.

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The ABCD E-asy way to check your moles

Format: Flyer A5

There are three types of cancer and all look different. This leaflet tells explains a few of the changes that might indicate a 'melanoma', which is the deadliest form of skin cancer.

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The cancer guide

Format: Booklet A5

This booklet is about cancer. It is for anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer. There is also information for carers, family members and friends.

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Maximum Order: 20


The facts about bowel cancer (card)

Format: Business card

This credit card sized leaflet summarises the facts about bowel cancer, what to look out for and how to reduce your risk.

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Maximum Order: 10


The importance of checking (leaflet)

Format: Booklet DL

Knowing your chest could save your life. Everyone has breast tissue - young, old, guys, gals and non-binary pals! Whatever you call your breast tissue - boobs, pecs, breasts or chest, this leaflet tells you how to check yourself.

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Tummy troubles - easy read (factsheet)

Format: Factsheet A4

This campaign will seek to address the barriers that are deterring patients from accessing NHS services. This phase focuses on encouraging the public to contact their GP if they are worried about symptoms of bloating, diarrhoea and tummy troubles that could be signs of abdominal cancers.

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Want to cut your cancer risk?

Format: Booklet A5

This leaflet highlights the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and top tips for reducing the risk of cancer.

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Warning: sunburn can double your risk of skin cancer

Format: Poster A3

This poster warns that sunburn can double the risk of skin cancer and advises of key ways to avoid burning: seeking shade, covering up, protecting children and applying sun cream generously.

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Maximum Order: 1


What do smoking and obesity have in common?

Format: Poster A4

A poster supporting the Cancer Research Obesity campaign which can be displayed in GP surgeries and primary care settings.

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What is bowel cancer? What it is, who's at risk and what to look out for

Format: Booklet A5

This leaflet explains what bowel cancer is, who's at risk and what symptoms to look out for.

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What you need to know about e-cigarettes (cancer insight for GPs)

Format: Booklet A5

This edition of Cancer Insight provides GPs with need-to-know information on the relative safety of e-cigarettes compared to tobacco and answers some common patient questions.

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Whatever you need to ask about cancer - information and support services (A5 leaflet)

Format: Booklet A5

The North Norfolk Macmillan Cancer Support Centre based at Cromer and District Hospital offers a welcoming and confidential service for anyone affected by cancer. Staffed by Macmillan Information Managers and specially trained volunteers, we can offer a wide range of help including :- drop in, face to face, telephone or e-mail advice and support, booklets and factsheets, Information on cancer related issues, emotional support, carers support, referral to services, a local support group, spiritual support and a range of sample headwear to try.

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When it comes to cancer, know 4 sure (web banner 1)

Format: Email signature / web banner

There are 4 key signs of cancer: unexplained bleeding, a lump, weight loss or pain. Finding cancer early makes it more treatable. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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When it comes to cancer, know 4 sure (web banner 1, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

There are 4 key signs of cancer: unexplained bleeding, a lump, weight loss or pain. Finding cancer early makes it more treatable. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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When it comes to cancer, know 4 sure (web banner 2)

Format: Email signature / web banner

There are 4 key signs of cancer: unexplained bleeding, a lump, weight loss or pain. Finding cancer early makes it more treatable. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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When it comes to cancer, know 4 sure (web banner 2, no URL)

Format: Email signature / web banner

There are 4 key signs of cancer: unexplained bleeding, a lump, weight loss or pain. Finding cancer early makes it more treatable. This web banner encourages people to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns.

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Why have I been referred urgently to the hospital?

Format: Booklet A5

A leaflet explaining the urgent two week referral system. Available as download only.

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You can be smoke free (A3 poster)

Format: Poster A3

A poster encouraging people to take action to be smoke free.

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You can be smoke free (leaflet)

Format: Booklet A5

The number of people stopping smoking is increasing and it's never too late to stop smoking. Stopping smoking isn't always easy, but it's the best thing you can do for your health.

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Maximum Order: 20


You were right, my cervical screening was nothing to worry about (A4 poster)

Format: Poster A4

An A4 poster to target all eligible women aged 25 – 64 in the new cervical screening campaign.

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Maximum Order: 1


Your breasts, your health (poster, A3)

Format: Poster A3

Your breasts, your health. It's important whatever your age, size or shape to take care of your breasts.

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Maximum Order: 10


Your breasts, your health (poster, A4)

Format: Poster A4

It is important for women of any age, size or shape to take care of their breasts. This poster encourages women to contact Breast Cancer Care with any questions about breast health.

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Maximum Order: 10


Your breasts, your health - a quick guide to being breast aware

Format: Booklet DL

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK. This booklet explains how to check breasts, when to see the doctor, how the breast screening programme works and how to reduce the risk of getting breast cancer.

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Maximum Order: 25