Bowel Cancer Australia
Level 2, 65 Walker Street, North Sydney, NSW 2060
Tel: 02 9923 8269 | Fax: 02 9923 8290
Bowel Cancer Australia Helpline: 1800 555 494
For media enquiries please contact Mahsa Fratantoni on 02 9923 8269 or 0422 180 674
Please note that the information provided on Bowel Cancer Australia's web site is intended for Australian residents as a reference guide only. It is not a substitute for independent professional advice and is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or disorder.
If you believe your symptoms are consistent with those of bowel cancer or a digestive illness, please consult your doctor.
Bowel Cancer Australia, its directors, officers or medical professionals contributing to this website or any other charity document shall not be liable to any person, company or any other body for any loss, direct or indirect or consequential on whatsoever account for any omission or negligent misstatement contained therein, or by reason of, arising from or in relation to, any such visitor of the website or any other charity document by any person, company or body relying or acting.
Reference on this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm or corporation name does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favouring by Bowel Cancer Australia.
By clicking on any links on this website, visitors are leaving the official Bowel Cancer Australia website. The linked sites are not under the control of our charity and we are not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site. Bowel Cancer Australia provides these links only as a convenience and the inclusion of a link does not imply endorsement of the linked site by us.
Bowel Cancer Australia is the registered business name of the Bowel Cancer & Digestive Research Institute Australia.
Bowel Cancer Australia is concerned about privacy issues and wants you to be familiar with how we collect, store, use and disclose information. This extends to the collection and management of information held in its records regarding individuals.
We are a non-government, not-for-profit organisation with a vision to reduce incidence, death and suffering associated with bowel cancer through advocacy, awareness, education, support and research. In order to pursue these areas of activity, we want to assure the community of our commitment to privacy of personal information.
Our mobile Application does not collect precise information about your location of your mobile device. However, when accessing the Pharmacy Finder functionality, Google Maps or similar service, may require such information to locate your nearest pharmacy.
The Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) sets the minimum standards we have to meet when handling personal information.
We are committed to managing all personal information in an open and transparent way. To that end, we will take reasonable steps to implement practices, procedures and systems to ensure we comply with the Australian Privacy Policies (APPs) and any binding registered APP code, and ensure that we are able to deal with any related inquiry or complaint.
Bowel Cancer Australia takes our privacy obligations very seriously, and are committed to meeting the highest standards when collecting, storing, using and disclosing personal information.
Our mission at Bowel Cancer Australia is to reduce incidence, death and suffering associated with bowel cancer. Through the power of Social Media we invite you to share knowledge, swap stories and bond with others but we ask you to do so in a safe and positive manner.
Please be respectful of others and always of abide by the Social Media rules as outlined below.
Bowel Cancer Australia reserves the right to remove any comment that conflicts with the House Rules across any Social Media platform. Bowel Cancer Australia does not endorse any content posted by our Social Media audience and is not responsible for the accuracy of any remarks, opinions, or suggestions expressed on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube or Instagram platforms.
Social Media is all about helping others increase awareness about bowel cancer, by offering different comments, opinions, and news online we can hopefully increase the reach and resources for people to ultimately save lives.