Conditions we treat

Advanced ovarian cancer

When ovarian cancer is more advanced, it can involve other organs in the lower tummy (pelvis) such as the rectum, bowel or bladder.

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Anal cancer

Cancer of the anus is rare. Around 1,000 people are diagnosed with anal cancer each year in the UK.

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Bowel cancer

Bowel cancer is also known as colorectal cancer or cancer of the colon or rectum. This is because the rectum and colon make up the large bowel.

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Neuroendocrine tumours

We also treat some neuroendocrine tumours - rare and slow growing tumours that can affect the appendix, small bowel and any part of the digestive system.

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Pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP)

Pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP) usually begins as a slow-growing tumour in the appendix, called a Low-Grade Mucinous Appendiceal Neoplasm (LAMN). Rarely, PMP starts in other parts of the bowel, ovary or bladder.

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Last updated: February 2024