Check Your Chaps is back for a second year, aiming to raise awareness of testicular and prostate cancer - two of the most common cancers in men.
We're encouraging men to check themselves and women to make sure their chaps are checking for signs and symptoms, in order to get us all more clued up and debunk any embarrassment - because early detection really does save lives.
This week we're focusing on prostate cancer, the most common form of male cancer, an awareness drive led by actress Gemma Oaten, whose own father survived the disease.
It was during last year's Check Your Chaps campaign that viewer Roy Forest realised something was wrong after Dr Hilary described the signs of symptoms of prostate cancer.
His wife, Jennie, encouraged him to have a medical check-up and within weeks he was diagnosed.
Shortly after his diagnosis, Roy had keyhole surgery to remove his prostate. As the cancer was caught in its earliest, most curable stages, it had not had a chance to spread.
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