Male Cancers

men arm wrestlingSome cancers only affect men and are listed below. Some trans women and non-binary people (who are born male) can also get these cancers. 

Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men in the UK. Globally, more than 1.4 million men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. Across the country, there are more than 395,000 men living with and beyond the disease. Many are dealing with serious side effects from treatment.

The NHS website section about prostate cancer provides all information about prostate cancer including: signs and symptoms, support and information.

Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer is the number 1 cancer in younger males. But good news: it's highly curable when caught early. This is why it is important that every man understands the signs and symptoms and knows how to check themselves. For information and a step by step instruction on checking for symptoms, take a look at the NHS Testicular Cancer webpage. 

It goes without saying, but should you need further support, please reach out to your GP

Last updated: Fri 12 April, 2024 @ 14:42