Clinical experts were available to answer questions about issues surrounding prostate disease, treatments and also to provide you with valuable help and guidance.
Senior Urology Specialist Nurse & President of the British A...Learn more
Mr Benjamin J Challacombe
Consultant Urological Surgeon and Honorary Senior Lecturer with ...Learn more
Professor Christopher Eden
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Dr Hilary Jones
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Mr Omer Karim
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Dr Jon Rees
GP, Backwell & Nailsea Medical Group with specialist interes...Learn more
ProstaBrit® For Men is a food supplement containing pollen extracts from the rye grass family with two different groups of compounds, phystosterols and flavonoids. It has been specially formulated for men over the age of 45 to help maintain a normal urinary function.
TENA, the UK’s leading bladder weakness brand has a product designed especially for the male market – TENA Men. With almost 4 million men in the UK, the equivalent of 1 in 9 men experiencing some form of bladder weakness, making it just as common as asthma or arthritis. This number is enough to fill Wembley Stadium 40 times over.
Many men feel reluctant to admit they experience bladder weakness even though it can impact on their lifestyle. TENA Men allows men to manage their condition easily and discretely, ensuring it has minimum impact upon their daily life. TENA Men is specifically engineered for men with mild to moderate bladder weakness. For more information, advice and tips visit the TENA website www.tena.co.uk/men
Movember, the month formerly known as November, is when brave and selfless men around the world grow a moustache, with the support of the women in their lives, to raise awareness and funds for men’s health - specifically prostate and testicular cancer. It was established in 2003 by a few friends over a beer in a pub just outside Melbourne, Australia. The goal was simple – to create a campaign promoting the growth of the moustache among like-minded people and having fun along the way. It is about real men talking about real issues and changing the face of men’s health, one moustache at a time. Movember now spans the globe, with campaigns in 21 countries in 2012. In 2011 over 254,000 Mo Bros and Mo Sistas raised over £22 million in the UK.
For more more information about growing your mo, watch this short video
Orchid - Every year over 37,400 men in the UK will be diagnosed with a male specific cancer - prostate, testicular and penile cancer. Founded in 1996 by Colin Osborne MBE, a testicular cancer patient and Professor Tim Oliver, the oncologist who saved his life, Orchid is dedicated to supporting anyone affected by or interested in these cancers. The charity offers an extensive range of support services including dedicated Male Cancer Information Nurses and publications, runs educational and awareness campaigns, and funds a pioneering, world class research programme. Orchid works in partnership with other voluntary organisations and networks to campaign for improved services for men and their families and better awareness of male cancer.