The uncomfortable truth about African/Caribbean men and prostate cancer
Every man has a legal right to a PSA test at age 50. It must be right that black African/Caribbean men should have this right 5 years earlier, given their increased risk of contracting the disease and the earier age at which they present.
PP Hon President, Tim Sharp with Marland Yarde at Harlequins training centre at Surrey Sports Ground
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We are proud to announce that England and Harlequins rugby international, Marland Yarde has joined the charity as an Ambassador to spearhead a Prostate Project parliamentary lobby to reduce the age at which African/Caribbean men can legally request a PSA test from 50 to 45 years.