Celebrating the launch of Bowel Research UK23 December 2020
We had a tremendous launch of our new charity back in September, hitting the headlines with support from the leading scientific researchers, MP’s and an army of patients who all back our mission to end bowel cancer and bowel disease.
- #BRUK, #BowelCancer and #BowelDisease shared 776 times with a reach of over 3.4 million people on Twitter
- Trending Twitter topic by British MPs with #BRUK, #BowelCancer and #BowelDisease claimed all 3 top spots for hashtags most used by MPs
- Launch supported by 40+ MPs, including Angela Rayner MP –Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, Ian BlackfordMP –Leader of the SNP in Westminster, Tim FarronMP, Dr Phillipa Whitford MP, Dr Lisa Cameron MP and Tonia AntoniazziMP –Chair of the APPG on Cancer
You can see the article that appeared in the Daily Telegraph here.
Our launch video that conveys the harsh realities that people with bowel cancer and bowel disease have to deal with was viewed over 4,000 times.
Whilst bowel cancer claims over 16,000 lives each year and bowel disease affects over a million people throughout the UK we firmly believe that the answer to help save and improve lives lies in research.
By investing in world-class, innovative research we hope that one day we can eradicate these conditions.
We aim to both increase and strengthen the research base in the UK and to support international research collaborations. Importantly, we will both continue and expand our investment in training the next generation of researchers.
Through all these means, we will help people with bowel diseases to live longer and improve their quality of life.
I’m proud to support the launch of @BowelResearch, leading the fight against #bowelcancer & #boweldisease. They provide vital patient-centred research funding & #BRUK is committed to improving the lives of people living with bowel disease pic.twitter.com/yscwFPoacg
— Christine Jardine (@cajardineMP) September 29, 2020
I am proud to support the launch of @BowelResearch leading the fight against #bowelcancer and #boweldisease. Providing vital patient-centred research funding, #BRUK is committed to radically improving the lives of people living with bowel disease. 👉 https://t.co/NCS9VKH1nv pic.twitter.com/IyMb9UmtwH
— 🌈 Angela Rayner 🌈 (@AngelaRayner) September 29, 2020