Bowel Cancer Treatment NZ - Bowel Cancer Screening
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Bowel Cancer Treatment

Depending on the stage of bowel cancer, treatment may differ from case to case. Surgery is the most common means of treating bowel cancer. In this instance, a colectomy is performed to remove the primary cancer. Some patients may require chemotherapy and radiation therapy post-surgery to help reduce the chance of cancer returning. This is more common with patients with stage 2 bowel cancer, but may not always be the case.

How screening works?


Take our Specialist designed survey to see if you are at risk for Bowel Cancer and would benefit from a screening test.


We deliver a test kit with easy to use instructions to your home.


Send back the sample and a Specialist Gastroenterologist in New Zealand will read the result and make a recommendation for follow up.

Do not wait! International experts recommend screening every year from age 45. Get started now.

New Zealand has one of the highest incidences of bowel cancer in the world. Each year about 3,000 people are diagnosed with the disease and more than 1,200 will die.

Bowel Cancer Symptoms

Our website provides an assessment tool to determine the best bowel screening test for you.

More Information

Bowel cancer – also known as colorectal cancer or colon cancer – is any cancer that affects the colon (large bowel) and rectum (back passage).

More Information

Our online assessment will provide information to allow a recommendation to be made regarding the best option for you.