Charity warns not enough men seeking prostate cancer advice

Nearly 9 out of 10 men in Wales at high risk of prostate cancer are unaware of their vulnerability and are therefore not having the vital conversations with GPs, according to new research from Prostate Cancer UK.

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Men urged to overcome 'ignorance and embarrassment'

Ron Davies, from Beddau, says his cancer was easier to treat because it was detected early.

He's urging men in the 'at-risk' categories to talk to their GPs.

Ron Davies' cancer was successfully treated after being detected early

"Two factors that are significant are ignorance and embarrassment" he told ITV News.

"Speak to your GP - men over the age of 50 should be having that conversation with their GP, even though they might not be showing any signs or symptoms".

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