Rugby's Matthew Rees urges men to 'check their tackle'

Ahead of World Cup

Adam Saville
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Rugby's Matthew Rees urges men to 'check their tackle'

One in four men in their 30s believe they are 'too young' to develop testicular cancer

Bupa UK has partnered with former Welsh Rugby captain and British Irish Lion Matthew Rees to raise testicular cancer awareness among men. A testicular cancer survivor himself, Rees appears in a video and social media campaign using rugby themes and terminology to call for men to "check their tackle" ahead of the World Cup this month. Aimed squarely at men aged 18-35 - those most at risk of the disease - the video offers practical tips in a bid to prompt those who are too lax to check themselves...

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