- About GUTS
- Bowel Cancer
- Reducing your risk
- Bowel Cancer Stages
- Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP)
- HNPCC (Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colon Cancer)
- Peutz-Jeghers Syndrome (PJS)
- Bowel Cancer Screening
- Bowel Cancer Treatment
- Stoma Support & Info
- What’s On
- Supporting GUTS
- Contact Us
What we do
As a charity our aim is to improve bowel cancer survival rates. Working towards this goal, we raise money to to support various projects:
We fund equipment and facilities to help improve the care and treatment of bowel cancer patients at the Royal Surrey.
We provide grants for research into new ways of detecting bowel cancer and better ways of treating the disease.
GUTS works to raise awareness of bowel cancer and steps people can take to reduce their own risk of developing the disease.
We provide a unique service for the community but we need your help to both maintain this service and to spread awareness of this common cancer. As a registered charity, we rely solely on donations from you, our supporters, to continue our fight against bowel cancer. You can support GUTS in a number of ways – please visit the ‘Volunteering for GUTS’ pages to find out more about taking part in our community fundraising activities.
Who we are…
The Trustees of GUTS include surgeons, scientists, people from business and patients who a give their time freely to help organise fundraising events and oversee the projects that funds are used to support. The Charity has two paid employees: Nerissa Deeks manages all the day to day running of the charity and Joe Smith looks after trust fundraising and media. Both are part time posts.
Professor Chris Marks FRCS (Patron)
Iain Jourdan FRCS (Chairman)
Matt Sharpe (Treasurer)
Professor Stephen Halloran
James Read FRCS
Professor Tim Rockall MBBS FRCS MD
Andrea Scala FRCS
John Stebbing FRCS