Gut Cancer Foundation

Every year, over 5400 New Zealanders are diagnosed with a gut cancer or cancer of the digestive system. Chances are, most of us will know someone affected by a gut cancer in some way. It has never been more important for us to understand and tackle this significant challenge faced by so many of our loved ones.

Which is why we’re so committed to creating change. Through research, education, and awareness, we’ve made it our mission to improve survival rates, life expectancy ,and quality of life for those affected by gut cancers.

We understand the significant impact a diagnosis has on the life of someone with cancer. But we also understand that a cancer diagnosis reaches well beyond an individual. That’s why we are focused on creating a future where gut cancers impact fewer New Zealanders, with improved detection, diagnosis, treatments.

Every year, over 5400 New Zealanders are diagnosed with a gut cancer or cancer of the digestive system. Chances are, most of us will know someone affected by a gut cancer in some way. It has never been more important for us to understand and tackle this significant challenge faced by so many of our loved ones.

Which is why we’re so committed to creating change. Through research, education, and awareness, we’ve made it our mission to improve survival rates, life expectancy ,and quality of life for those affected by gut cancers.

We understand the significant impact a diagnosis has on the life of someone with cancer. But we also understand that a cancer diagnosis reaches well beyond an individual. That’s why we are focused on creating a future where gut cancers impact fewer New Zealanders, with improved detection, diagnosis, treatments.

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