Football March for men raising awareness of prostate cancer

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Football March for men raising awareness of prostate cancer

Four seperate marches have been taking place in London today - converging on Wembley stadium from football grounds across the capital.

The Football March for Men is aiming to raise awareness of prostate cancer, which the organisers say kills a man every 45 minutes in the UK.

Sir Geoff Hurst and Ray Clemence MBE spoke to us about the importance of the cause as well as father and son participants.

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