Bowel cancer symptoms: Having this colour stools could signal the deadly disease

BOWEL cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK and the second biggest cancer killer. Symptoms of the disease can be subtle and doesn ’t necessarily make a person feel ill. But having a certain colour stools could signal the deadly disease.
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BOWEL cancer symptoms are not always obvious because they don ’t necessarily make you feel ill. But with the cancer being one of the most common cancers in the UK, it’s important to recognise the signs when they do appear. If your stools appear a certain shape, there’s a chance you could have the disease.
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