Hospital's pioneering test for prostate cancer

A groundbreaking new test to diagnose the most common cancer in men has been introduced at one of the South's leading hospitals.

Prostate cancer kills almost 12,000 in the UK every year. The Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth is the first in our region to use the new, less-invasive method to diagnose the disease more quickly.

And it's hoped that it will encourage more men to come forward early. Christine Alsford reports.