Men United v Prostate Cancer: The results are in

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Hello Roger (and the rest of you chaps)

It’s been nearly six months since we started Men United, our movement for men to challenge our biggest rival – prostate cancer. You, and the tens of thousands of others who joined us, have already played a huge part in putting prostate cancer in the spotlight. Over 178,000 and counting!

When we started the campaign in January, we urged the nation to get onside. The response was overwhelming, the results were eye opening. As part of the Men United army, take a look at what you and your team mates told us.

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This is what Men United know about prostate cancer.

We also ran a more detailed study, conducted by YouGov, asking what the UK knows about prostate cancer. This exposed an alarming fact about prostate cancer risk and just how unaware men are of the danger of it.

See how many men at higher than average risk of prostate cancer are unaware of the danger

In the run up to this Father’s Day we are calling on Men United to help us transform the futures for men everywhere. Father’s Day is an ideal time to talk about a disease that affects not just dads but granddads, sons, brothers, uncles and nephews. The more people talk about it, the more men will know about it and could have potentially life-saving conversations with their doctors.

We can win this.

Owen Sharp
Chief Executive

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About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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