Q Radio’s Breakfast Show Host Stephen Clements finally gets an Action Cancer health check following some nagging from co-presenter Cate Conway!
Tanya Carson, Action Cancer’s Health Promotion Officer said, “Females are asked to encourage the men in their lives to take stock of their health this November with a free MOT health check with Action Cancer. 12 men a day are diagnosed with cancer in N. Ireland, men are almost 40% more likely than women to die from the disease, and it is estimated over half of all cancers could be prevented with the right lifestyle choices. Men aged 16+ can book an appointment online at www.actioncancer.org or by calling 028 9080 3344.” Action Cancer’s men’s health campaign is proudly sponsored by Impact NI (accident management specialists) and media partner Q Radio.
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