Young males aged 16-25 needed for testicular cancer survey

Young Men’s Health Champions, a division of local volunteering project ‘Right Here’ are currently researching young men’s awareness of testicular cancer in Brighton and Hove. If you are a young male between the ages of 16-25 and have five minutes to spare, fill out their questionnaire and you will be entered into a prize draw to win £25 of Love to Shop vouchers!

These views will be presented to Brighton and Hove NHS Clinical Commissioning Group and other professional forums to influence improvements in health services for young men in the city. You’ll therefore be making a huge difference locally, and it only takes five minutes.

Access the survey here:



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