Male Cancer Awareness week

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Male Cancer Awareness week

A third of men in the capital say they no nothing about prostate cancer, while 60 percent admit they wouldn't be confident in spotting the signs and symptoms. Those are the key stats from a new piece of research to mark Male Cancer Awareness week. The study, by the charity Orchid, suggests there is a particular lack of awareness amongst men from black communities.  Greg Shaw is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at UCH.

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