It’s the most common cancer in men, but most men with early prostate cancer don’t have symptoms.
1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer. If you’re over 50, or you’re black, or your dad or brother had it, you’re at even higher risk.
Prostate cancer is not always life-threatening. But when it is, the earlier you catch it the more likely it is to be cured. You can visit https://prostatecanceruk.org/risk-checker to check your risk in 30 seconds.
Each year in the UK, around 2,300 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer. It is more common in white men and younger to middle-aged men. Testicular cancer can affect anyone with testicles. This includes men, trans (transgender) women, and anyone assigned male at birth. Testicular cancer is usually curable.
For more information on symptoms and how to check your testicles please visit https://www.macmillan.org.uk/cancer-information-and-support/testicular-cancer