Be Clear on Cancer

Be clear on cancer. Worried about a symptom you think may be cancer? Tell your doctor.

Be Clear on Cancer campaigns are targeted at men and women over the age of 50 living in England, and aim to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of cancer, encourage those with symptoms to see their doctor early and promote the benefits of early diagnosis.

Have you...

  ...noticed blood in your pee?
  ...noticed changes to your breasts and you're over 70?
  ...been getting out of breath more easily?
  ...felt bloated for three weeks or more?
  ...been coughing for three weeks or more?
  ...noticed blood in your poo?
  ...noticed a change to your skin?
  ...had heartburn for three weeks or more?

These symptoms could be a sign of many things, but you're not wasting anyone's time by having them checked out. Book an appointment with your GP.

 

About the campaigns

Be Clear on Cancer campaigns are run by Public Health England in partnership with the Department of Health and NHS England.  They are part of the National Awareness and Early Diagnosis Initiative, run in partnership with Cancer Research UK, to improve England’s cancer survival rates.

Visit www.nhs.uk/be-clear-on-cancer.