Nearly half ‘regularly forget to check’ themselves for signs of testicular cancer, research suggests
An estimated six million men have never checked themselves for testicular cancer, research by Bupa UK has revealed. The study of 1007 UK men aged 18 and over, unveiled as part of Bupa's ‘Check Your Tackle' campaign, also found that men wait for three weeks on average before getting a potential cancer symptom checked. Many mistakenly think they're too young to get the disease (23%) and one in five said they would be embarrassed to discuss it with their doctor, or wouldn't tell anyone if they...
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