Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 25th March 2015 7:30am
Female cancer charities rightfully get a lot of support and media coverage. By comparison, male cancer charities come a very poor second.
Prostate cancer is almost as common as female breast cancer and is the most common form of cancer in men. It might shock you to realise that prostate cancer is almost twice as common as lung cancer — source
A group of guys from Haddenham United FC will be participating in a Darts Marathon over the Easter weekend, throwing darts to count down from a starting score of 1 million!
To donate to the fundraising efforts of the Haddenham Darts Marathon, please visit the dedicated Make-a-Donation website
Please support this very worthy cause.
More details here.
Information on Prostate Cancer
The Aylesbury Prostate Cancer Support Group, which includes several men from Haddenham (the Chairman is also a Haddenham resident) is currently holding a prostate cancer awareness programme this week (23rd — 27th March) in Hale Leys Shopping Centre.
Members will be available from 10am to 4pm to answer any questions or concerns that men or their partners may have and obtain information and booklets on this disease.
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