Men urged to check for prostate cancer

Men urged to check for prostate cancer

Men are being urged to be checked for prostate cancer.

Over 2,500 Irish men are diagnosed with the disease every year.

The Rapid Access Prostate Clinic at the Bons Secours Hospital is one of the first of its kind in Ireland and is devoted to early diagnosis and efficient management of the disease.

The experts behind the centre say men are still suffering from a taboo about men's health checks.

AUDIO: Consultant urologist Peter Ryan said that there are some key warning signs to look out for.


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