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General Advice for those with concerns about cancer
England’s top cancer doctor has urged people not to hesitate to get checked as new research revealed that nearly half of the public have concerns about seeking help during the coronavirus pandemic.
Quote from NHS web site dated 29th April 2020
If you have any symptoms associated with cancer you are strongly advised to see your GP as soon as possible. The NHS is anxious to re-assure people that it is providing cancer diagnosis and treatments as best as normal. This obviously includes prostate cancer.
University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire is treating men as normal.
For additional information about PSA testing click here
Some useful web sites for further information are listed below.
Prostate Cancer UK Covid-19 Page:
Link to PC UK specialist nurses short video clips on FAQs:
Link to Prostaid website and their leaflet:
Tackle Prostate Cancer: 0800 035 5302
Prostate Cancer UK: 0800 074 8383
Coventry & North Warwickshire Prostate Cancer Support Group: 024 7601 4207
We have now held four very successful events since September last year. Our most recent event was on 11 June at the Willenhall Social Club. For all these events we used the GF online booking system. As a result they have run smoothly with minimal queuing and proper social distancing. Our next event will be held on Saturday 17 September at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Centre, Rugby - see Coming Events for more detail.
Rugby Rokeby Lions – Prostate Cancer Awareness Morning
17 Sep 2022 09:30–12:30