Since September 2011, 40tude curing colon cancer has raised over £1.4 million to support leading-edge research at St Mark's Hospital in Harrow, the national bowel hospital.

As well as raising awareness of the importance of getting screened for this type of cancer, 40tude is investing in ground-breaking medical research to better understand the causes of colon cancer and to increase the likelihood of early detection.

The funds we raise are targeted at specific NHS projects which without our support could not move forward. 

Our approach is to provide 'seed funding' to give momentum to the initial phases of a research programme designed to improve the early diagnosis and/or treatment of colon cancer, and which has the potential to inform national NHS guidelines in the near future, saving lives.

For more details about the individual projects which 40tude is currently helping to support please see our Projects  we're funding page

To learn more about the impact our support is having on the effort to cure colon cancer, please take a look at our 2019 Year in Review film

Together we’re making a difference for the many people who are affected by this form of cancer and we aim to reduce the number of people seriously affected by this avoidable disease.