Cancer affects more men in the UK than it does women, and they are also more likely to die from it.
According to Cancer Research UK, men are 60 per cent more likely to get it, and 70 per cent more likely to die from it.
It is thought men are generally less likely to visit the doctor if they experience an early sign of cancer.
However, if men catch their symptoms sooner rather than later, doctors can stop it before it spreads and it may mean more eff…
Daily Express :: Health Feed