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To accompany today's International Men’s Day debate in Parliament, here are five surprising, but lesser known, facts about men's health.
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At a joint meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Groups on Cancer and on Men’s Health, MPs and Peers were briefed on why men more likely to die from most common cancers and what we can do about it.
The report from the Men's Health Forum, Slow On The Uptake?, highlights the paradox of bowel cancer. Although men are more likely than women to die from bowel cancer, they less likely to be screened. The report looks at how screening practice can be improved.
The Men’s Health Forum's report asks why men are more likely to be diagnosed with and to die from nearly all common cancers. The Forum also produced a supporting report with Cancer Research UK and others, highlighting the extent of the problem.