Attention all Men!
Men need to be aware that Prostate Cancer is the number 2 most common cause of cancer related deaths in men.
It’s a frightening reality - but one that can potentially be prevented if detected in its early stages. Whilst this may seem confronting, it may also be the catalyst to get yourself checked by proper medical experts.
There are five-stage levels of prostate cancer diagnosis.
In Australia, if diagnosed early enough, a stage 1 diagnosis, can lead to a 100% survival rate. However, if left undetected, the stage 4 survival rate can lead to only a 36.4% survival rate.
The stark onus for men in Australia to get regular checks and getting checked early enough, is that only 36% of prostate cancer diagnoses are detected in its early stage 1 level. The further the Prostate Cancer detection is left to go undetected, the further the complications and threats to a man’s health. For further statistical information: click here.
So MEN, what are you waiting for?! Get in and #GetChecked early and regularly by a medical professional.
What Men Can Do To Help Themselves in Between Professional Medically Certified Check-ups:
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