My Dad was diagnosed, nothing could have prepared us for the news that he had cancer. I can’t help thinking if he’d known more about the disease he might still be here today - that’s why I’m supporting Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Neil Fox
Women’s lives can also be affected by prostate cancer. My husband had the disease. He had no signs or symptoms. How were we going to cope? The Prostate Cancer Charity. Vivien Pipe
Then it hit me. I never realised I was at greater risk of prostate cancer - until I was diagnosed too. I turned to the Prostate Cancer Charity for help.' Denton Wilson
Text BLUE to 70007 to
donate £3 and receive
an information pack www.prostateaware.org.uk**
**Texts are charged at £3 (donated to The Charity) plus the cost of one standard network rate text. You will receive a confirmation text followed by a phone call to confirm your delivery details. The Prostate Cancer Charity is registered in England and Wales (1005541) and Scotland (SC039032).
Luckily for me my cancer was caught early so that this year I can lead the charge against the ‘Dark Side’ of prostate cancer. Don’t let prostate cancer catch you unaware - find out what to look for and keep ahead of the game. Dave Prowse