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FIT vs gFOBTs: What’s changed? 

FIT vs gFOBTs: What’s changed? 

Friday 18th October 2019 The new Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) rolled out across England this year has a number of benefits in replacing the use of older guaiac-based faecal occult blood tests (gFOBTs). Is your practice up to date with the new processes associated...

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New tool for GPs to tackle late cancer diagnosis

New tool for GPs to tackle late cancer diagnosis

New tool for GPs to tackle late cancer diagnosis Thursday 18 July 2019 A new patient-recommended tool for GPs is being launched across England in a bid to catch cancers sooner. Known as GatewayC, the innovative online training tool has already shown promising early...

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Supporting patients with impotence: 3 questions to ask

Supporting patients with impotence: 3 questions to ask

Besides a lump, pruritus (or itching) can be another associated symptom of lymphoma. Potential Pitfall It is easy to associate pruritus with a less serious condition because of how general this symptom is. Furthermore, usually the itching does not usually present with...

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Cancer Keys

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Cancer Keys: Sudden onset diabetes

Cancer Keys: Sudden onset diabetes

Sudden onset diabetes Symptoms of pancreatic cancer can often be vague; however sudden onset diabetes can be a potential indicator of the disease. Potential pitfall Diabetes, especially Type 2, is common among the general population. However, consideration should be...

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Cancer Keys: Rectal Bleeding

Cancer Keys: Rectal Bleeding

Rectal Bleeding Rectal bleeding is a key symptom of colorectal cancer, but there are also a lot of benign causes. What can help you to assess the significance? Potential pitfall Patients and GPs might be falsely reassured by the fact that rectal bleeding has stopped....

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