• Cancer is a common condition – at least one in three of us will develop some form of cancer during our lifetime.
  • Being aware of general signs and symptoms linked to cancer can help in early detection.
  • The earlier cancer is detected, the better the chances of successful treatment.
  • I would urge anyone who is experiencing something that is unusual for them, don’t wait like I did, go and see your GP early.
  • My advice to anyone who receives an invite for screening, whether it is breast, cervical or bowel is to take up the invite.
  • In my experience, the earlier it’s detected, the better the chances of successful treatment.
  • As people get older, their risk of developing cancer increases.