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Tony has lived with prostate cancer for 10 years and yet he knows very little about it. 1 in 8 men in the UK will get prostate cancer and the risk of getting it rises with age, but men can also be pretty rubbish at getting medical concerns checked out, especially down in the nether regions. In this special episode, made to mark Men’s Health Week, Tony is having a frank chat about prostate cancer - the most common cancer in men - with leading urologist Professor Hash Ahmed. He also hears from his old friend in the ‘prostate club’, Stephen Fry.   Hosted by Tony Robinson IG @SirTonyRobinson / Twitter @Tony_Robinson   With   Professor Hashim Ahmed / Twitter @LondonProstate1 FRCS(Urol) PhD BM BCh MA • Chair in Urology at Imperial College London and Consultant Urological Surgeon.   If you are concerned about prostate cancer or prostate problems, you can find out more on the Prostate Cancer UK website, where they provide a range of information and support so you can choose the services that work for you. Find them online at Credits:  Series Producer: Melissa FitzGerald @melissafitzg Executive Producer: Dominic de Terville Cover Art: The Brightside   A Zinc Media Group production Twitter: @cunningcastpod Instagram: @cunningcastpod YouTube   If you enjoyed my podcast, please leave us a rating or review. Thank you, Love Tony x   Supporting @ProstateUK Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
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