A New Brunswick man is hoping his story of surviving prostate cancer helps spread awareness and encourages men to get screened for the disease.
“The big thing is to educate people on prostate cancer; a lot of people don’t know what prostate cancer is,” says Charlie Taylor.Read the article
:Knowledge is power and can provide men with information needed to prevent or reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
“Men do not like to talk about any health issues, especially below the belt.”
One in seven men receive a prostate cancer diagnosis, according to Prostate Cancer Canada.Anything we can do collectively to reduce the risk and decrease these statistics is good preventative medicine.
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