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That's great news!

Your doctor will record the results in your health record and you will have the option to have more checks in the future if you choose.

If your father or a brother has had prostate cancer then you should have a prostate check every 12 months.

 

Helping others

The decision to get checked for prostate cancer is different for every man, but you can still provide support to those around you. If you know men who would benefit from making a decision, tell them about this site or complete the decision tool for someone else.