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World Health Day

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Today’s World Health Day. Now, we’re sure none of you need much encouragement to give yourself a bit of love – so what better day than today to spend a bit of time touching yourself?

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Male Cancer Types

Bone Cancer

Bone Cancer, this one's pretty rare - in fact, only 2 out of every 1,000 Cancer cases diagnosed are Bone Cancer. Despite being a rare Cancer, Bone Cancer affects more men than it does women.

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Bone Cancer

Bowel Cancer

Bowel Cancer is one of the biggies; it's the general term for Cancer that begins in the large bowel, it can also sometimes be called either Colon Cancer or Rectal Cancer.

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Bowel Cancer

Brain Cancer

Brain tumours can sometimes affect the way you think, hear or act, which can be very unsettling. Depending where the tumour is, you can sometimes experience personality changes too.

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Brain Cancer

Breast Cancer in Men

Yep, that's right - men can get Breast Cancer. It's nothing to be embarrassed about - men have breasts, so of course men can get Breast Cancer too.

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Breast Cancer in Men

Leukaemia

Leukaemia is a Blood Cancer that affects the white blood cells. This is a bit of a bugger as they play an important part in our immune system to fight infections.

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Leukaemia

Liver Cancer

Livers are pretty impressive organs. They make proteins, they convert fats to energy, and most of all they let us have a drink - just a few special reasons we don't want them to go wrong.

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Liver Cancer

Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer is one of the most common types of Cancer, and it's also one of the most serious. There are around 41,000 new cases of Lung Cancer diagnosed every year in the UK.

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Lung Cancer

Mouth Cancer

Mouth Cancer (or Oral Cancer) may be one you've heard about in the news, but it's a relatively uncommon type of Cancer. Only 1 in 50 of all Cancer cases diagnosed will be Mouth Cancer.

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Mouth Cancer

Penile Cancer

Penile Cancer is a rare type of cancer found in the skin or tissues of the penis - only 3 out of every 1,000 Cancers diagnosed in men in the UK are Penile Cancer.

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Penile Cancer

Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer is the biggest Cancer type affecting men in the UK, with over 40,000 being diagnosed each year. It affects the prostate gland that sits under the bladder and surrounds the urethra.

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Prostate Cancer

Skin Cancer

More women get Skin Cancer, but more men die from it. This is a pretty shocking situation we find ourselves in, and it's likely that men let symptoms slide instead of getting them checked out earlier.

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Skin Cancer

Stomach Cancer

Stomach Cancer is a not an overly common cancer in the UK. The number of new Stomach Cancer cases has halved over the past 30 years, this is likely down to improved diets.

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Stomach Cancer

Testicular Cancer

Testicular Cancer is rare, with it accounting for only 1% of all Cancer cases in men. It is however more commonly found in younger men between 20 and 40.

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Testicular Cancer