As this motion is using historical data, we may not have the record of the original ordering, in which case signatories are listed alphabetically.
That this House welcomes the progress towards completing the roll-out of the NHS bowel cancer screening programme for 60 to 69 year olds in England; supports the recent commitment to extend bowel cancer screening to 70 to 75 year olds; recognises that bowel cancer is the UK's second biggest cancer killer, with more than 37,500 people diagnosed each year; further supports the efforts of the screening programme to reduce the number of deaths from the disease through early detection and treatment; notes that participation in the bowel cancer screening programme is only 55.5 per cent.; congratulates Beating Bowel Cancer on its Be Loud! Be Clear! campaign, and its ongoing work with bowel cancer patients; supports the charity's 2012 Screening Challenge to work with patients and the NHS to increase the levels of uptake in the screening programme so that one million additional people are screened for bowel cancer by 2012; and urges the Government to extend the age range for screening in England to 50 to 59 year-olds so that more people at risk of bowel cancer have the opportunity to be screened for, and beat, the disease.