Everyman - Funding research to cross out male cancer
Everyman is the UK's leading male cancer campaign
What women can do to helpWomen play a big part in educating men about male cancer. A recent survey conducted by Everyman found that almost 50% of men would feel most comfortable talking to their wife, girlfriend or partner if they were worried about testicular cancer.
Women are often the ‘gate-keepers’ to men’s health, encouraging the men within their families to be self aware and also to visit their GP if any symptoms do arise.
Below are a few ways that you can help the men in your life:
Cosmopolitan magazine is helping to raise awareness of male cancer by running its celebrity naked male centrefold features in conjunction with Everyman each month.
Past centrefolds include Sol Campbell, David James, Simon Jones and Jack Osbourne.