East Falkirk and Linlithgow residents urged to learn more about prostate cancer
As Prostate Cancer Awareness Month continues local residents are being encouraged to familiarise themselves with the symptoms of the disease.
The dedicated awareness month aims to bring attention to the disease which affects one in eight men.
Local MP Martyn Day, shadow SNP spokesperson for public health and primary care, said: “I know that during the pandemic many people have been reluctant to visit their GP however, it’s imperative that you contact your doctor straight away if you’re worried about cancer.
“The NHS remains open for everyone, and you should not delay accessing any help you might need.”
Further information and support can be found at https://prostatecanceruk.org/.