Male Specific Cancer affects over 50,000 men each year in the UK. Read their stories ..
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A diagnosis of cancer can be a frightening experience meaning you could feel quite isolated as you may not know anyone else who is having to face the same challenges and mix of emotions.How we can help you
Covid-19 has had a seismic effect on all of us. Many support services have stopped and some are only available in a limited way and yet the number of those being diagnosed with prostate, testicular or penile cancer continues to increase. Additionally, Doctors are not able to see as many patients, while many men […]
Orchid are proud to have completed a PSHE approved Schools Learning Module on testicular cancer which includes a link to a new educational video. PSHE Association Subject Specialist Liz Laming says: We are delighted to award our Quality Mark to Orchid’s ‘What is testicular cancer?’ resource. The engaging activities provide the opportunity for students […]
Orchid Male Cancer Awareness Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of male-specific cancers. This year it runs from 28 September to 4 October and focuses on the value of checking for early sign or symptoms, and the importance of getting checked out by your GP if you have any concerns. This year’s campaign […]