Persistent heartburn. Do not ignore persistent heartburn and if lasting more than 3 weeks, see your GP. Persistent heartburn can often mean cancer maybe starting. Read more
We exist to raise awareness of the dangers of persistent heartburn. Earlier diagnosis of a more serious problem helps save lives.
HCUK are thrilled that our new project to provide online support to those impacted by Barrett's oesophagus or oesophageal cancer has been included by The Aviva Community Fund. Read on for more information about how the project will help and to donate.
We want you to know that, despite the unprecedented global situation regarding Covid-19 we are still available at Heartburn Cancer UK if you have any questions or concerns about Barrett's oesophagus or oesophageal cancer.
We have joined forces with 19 other less common cancer charities to create a unique and exciting 20-day challenge called 20for20 to raise vital funds which will enable us to continue with our work despite the pandemic.
Our East Anglia support group have arranged a fantastic event which is not to be missed - Caring for Heartburn & Cancer Patients in the Age of COVID. More details and instructions on how to book are included in this article. Read more
Does oesophageal cancer or Barrett's oesophagus affect you? Would you like to be able to talk to others in a similar position but don't know anyone? We have a solution that might suit you.... Read more
On Saturday 19th September 2020 HCUK held it's very first Charity Skydive Event at Old Sarum Park in Wiltshire. Read more
We have joined forces with 19 other less common cancer charities to create a unique and exciting 20-day challenge called 20for20 to raise vital funds which will enable us to continue with our work despite the pandemic. Read more
We have partnered with Go Skydive, experts in tandem jumps, to give you the opportunity to experience the thrill of free-fall. Read more
Stretching 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks in Dorset, to Orcombe Point in East Devon, the Jurassic Coast – England’s first Natural World Heritage Site – is the most geologically diverse coastline in the world.
Spend a weekend in May or September enjoying the spectacular scenery whilst raising funds for Heartburn Cancer UK Read more