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Prostate Cancer Support Association (Central England)


Registered Charity No. 1092547


A Patient-Led Voluntary Organisation INVITE YOU TO COME ALONG TO


THE FIRST HINCKLEY PROSTATE


CANCER AWARENESS EVENING in co-operation with local Urology Consultants 23rd March 2011


MEN OVER THE AGE OF 50 ARE INVITED TO HAVE A FREE PSA (BLOOD) TEST


(The test will give an indication whether you have a problem with your prostate) at the


THE MARY FORRYAN PARISH CENTRE,ST PETERS


RC CHURCH, LEICESTER ROAD, HINCKLEY. (On site parking)


6:00 - 8:30 pm For more information contact:


Brian Cooley: 01455 616283 or Terry Jarvis: 01455 230921 You can get a free PSA ( Blood ) Test from your local GP


Your local prostate cancer support group (Prostate Cancer Support Association (Central England) has arranged a prostate awareness evening for men in Hinckley & Bosworth and the surrounding villages on Wednesday 23rd March 2011 at the venue above. Men over the age of 50 will be offered a free PSA blood test. This test is a marker for diseases of the prostate gland and if the PSA level is high it may indicate the presence of cancer of the prostate gland. Urologists, Support Nurses and Laboratory staff from UHCW who will carry out the blood tests on the evening.


The Association has held awareness evenings over the past five years in Coventry, Rugby and Solihull which have been attended by over 1300 men. A significant number of these men went on for further assessment via their GPs as a result of these tests. Cancer of the prostate is the most common cancer in men and about 36,000 cases are diagnosed each year in the UK. The earlier the cancer is diagnosed the more successful the treatment will be.


This is the first awareness evening we have organised in Hinckley and we are hoping for a good response from the men in the area and look forward to another successful event.


To advertise here simply email Roundabouthinckley@sky.com or call 01455 238637


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