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PSA TESTING AT WADEBRIDGE CAMELS
Although controversy continues to surround the value of PSA testing, the Graham Fulford Charitable Trust will once again be visiting Wadebridge Camels Rugby Club this spring.
The Charity is promoting Prostate health awareness and as a part of this it suggests men over 40 have a regular PSA test. The test is a simple blood test & it advises a test every 12 to 18 months so a regular pattern can be established.
It is accepted that this test is not a definitive & that a high reading does not necessarily mean “cancer”, but the regular testing can show sudden changes in a PSA level.
There are differing opinions in the medical world as to the value, but if you ask any of the men who have had prostate cancer discovered with a simple PSA test, they would always encourage any man to have the test.
Each test costs the charity £18.75 & so we respectfully ask for a donation of at least £15 which can be Gift Aided by UK tax payers & the Gift Aid makes up the extra £3.75.
Again ask any of the guys who have received a positive result if this is value for money & I think I already know what they will say. Alternatively ask yourself what potentially finding this hidden killer early is worth to you & your loved ones.
Please look out for dates in next month’s Magazine.
Thank you for reading this & if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me on 07785 354243 email@example.com or Graham Fulford on 07831 156071 or visit psatests.org.uk
(This, and much more news, is in the current magazine)