Higher risk of prostate cancer for black men

Did you know that black and African-Caribbean men are more at risk of developing prostate cancer? They are three times more likely to get it than white man - and at a younger age.

For most of his life Denton Wilson, from South Yorkshire, had wrongly thought his father was dead. When he finally got to meet Benjamin in Jamaica, his elation turned to despair. But his long-lost father, who had prostate cancer, did ultimately save Denton's life.

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Stand By Your Man

ITV has launched the Stand By Your Man Campaign, in partnership with Prostate Cancer UK. It aims to raise awareness of Prostate Cancer among men and women.