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Facts About Male Cancer

Did you know that 36,000 men in the UK are diagnosed with prostate and testicular cancer every year? Enough to almost fill Tottenham’s White Hart Lane! That’s why we all need to get together and break the taboos that surround men’s cancers and raise awareness amongst men and women.



Testicular cancer


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Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in men aged between 15 and 44 and there are nearly 2000 new cases a year in the UK. According to a recent poll carried out by The Institute of Cancer Research, less than half of young men check their testicles regularly. Yet this method of early detection is both simple and effective.


Click here to find out how to perform a testicular self-examination.


Thanks to advances made at The Everyman Centre, testicular cancer is 99% curable if caught early, but if you are treated for testicular cancer, it is likely that both your fertility and your sex life will recover after the end of your treatment.


Click here to find out more about testicular cancer


Prostate cancer


Did you know that in the time it takes to play one game of football, more than one man in the UK will have died of prostate cancer? Approximately 34,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year.


It has now overtaken lung cancer to become the UK’s most commonly diagnosed cancer in men with 95% of all patients diagnosed with prostate cancer aged between 45 and 80. The Institute of Cancer Research is making significant advances in the fight against prostate cancer.  But one man dies every hour in the UK from this disease and more research is needed which is why we need your support.


Click here to find out more about prostate cancer.

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