uk prostate cancer

The singer is now urging other men to go to the doctor, insisting his successful treatment was down to "catching it early".
The test could cut the need for multiple tests and appointments.
"We’ve got an awfully long way to go, but for the moment I’m feeling OK."
There’s two things that are holding us back: embarrassment and ignorance. So let’s do something about them
He was given the all-clear five years ago, having kept his illness private, even from his children.
My dad was one of the lucky ones, yet for nearly 12,000 men in the UK each year this isn’t the case
Stigma means many men are reluctant to come forward with symptoms
Albert has already had blood cancer lymphoma and has been unable to work in his job as a mechanic for ten years - we have to stand up to the increasingly harsh Home Office
Prostate cancer is the UK's third biggest cancer killer.