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Who is at risk of prostate cancer?
March is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. In recognition of this, Check4Cancer is sharing a series of blogs exploring the WHO...
Check4Cancer launches innovative prostate cancer diagnosis pathway
Check4Cancer has worked with AXA PPP healthcare to improve the prostate cancer diagnosis pathway for their individual, SME an...
AXA PPP enhances prostate cancer diagnosis pathway
AXA PPP healthcare has teamed up with screening service, Check4Cancer, to enhance its prostate cancer diagnosis pathway. ...
Check4Cancer appoints Louise Mills as Clinical Services Director
Check4Cancer is delighted to announce the appointment of Louise Mills as Director of Clinical Services.
Prostate cancer: almost one in five “lethally ignorant”
A new survey carried out by a leading prostate cancer charity has revealed a serious lack of awareness among men about their ...
New measures to deliver faster diagnoses
Earlier this year, we reported on the new cancer task force, set up to combat long waiting times for diagnoses in England &nd...
Even moderate drinking may increase cancer risk
This week, the BBC reports on new research findings that demonstrate how even light consumption of alcohol can increase cance...
Quarter of cancer patients had to visit GP three times before diagnosis
A new study has revealed that almost a quarter of cancer patients had to make at least three visits to their GP before being ...
Five types of prostate cancer identified
Cancer Research UK scientists have for the first time identified that there are five distinct types of prostate cancer a...
Shift work and increased cancer risk
This week, Sarah Montague – a night-time presenter for the BBC – investigated the impact of shift work on health,...
Smoking linked to prostate cancer
The results of a new study have established a link between prostate cancer and smoking, reports Science Daily. Smoking has l...
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: how much you know?
March 2015: is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and amongst the many activities organised to help raise awareness of this spe...
UK cancer levels rise to one in two
February 2015: This week saw a BBC news report on cancer that contained shocking news for the UK. ‘Half of UK people will g...
Check4Cancer Ltd Appoints Three New Employees
January 2015: Check4Cancer Ltd (Check4Cancer) is pleased to announce the appointment of three new company employees across it...
Research study confirms blood test that can identify men with clinically relevant prostate cancer and reduce unnecessary biopsies
14 November 2014: A multicentre research study has confirmed that 4Kscore blood test has excellent ability to identify men li...
ERSPC trial affirm the benefits of prostate cancer screening
Updated results of the ERSPC trial affirm the benefits of prostate cancer screening in reducing death but open opportunities ...
Test expected to become important tool in fight against prostate cancer and prevention of unnecessary biopsies
November 2013: OPKO Health, Inc. commences a pivotal, multi-center clinical validation study for the company’s proprietary ...
ProstateHealth UK donate £1,500 to prostate cancer awareness charity
August 2013: A donation of £1,500 is hoped to be the first of many in the continued corporate support of prostate cance...
ProstateHealth UK supports Graham Fulford Prostate Charity
February 2013:ProstateHealth UK have decided to support the excellent work of the Graham Fulford Charitable Trust who is focu...
New advanced Prostate and Lung Cancer early detection tests unveiled by Check4Cancer
23th Oct 2012:Delegates from leading employers, health insurers and employee benefit consultancies attended the launch ...
Should YOU have the new test for prostate cancer?
16th October 2012: Daily Mail article: Flaws in the usual test lead to needless ops that can wreck sex lives Read more: Daily Mail
Prostate-Cancer Mortality at 11 Years of Follow-up
21st March 2012: It has been known for a number of years now that prostate cancer deaths can be reduced by PSA testing
Prostate Cancer's 'Forgotten 10,000'
28th January 2012: Thousands of men with prostate cancer are being "forgotten" because it is still regarded as an "old man...
Rise in prostate cancer 'due to use of the Pill which increases men's exposure to oestrogen'
16th November 2011:Rise in prostate cancer 'due to use of the Pill which increases men's exposure to oestrogen' Read more: From the Daily Mail