Charlton’s Player Liaison Officer Tracey Leaburn, who lost her father to Prostate Cancer, has been leading on this activity. She said: "“Last year we had 300 men tested and 10 of those received red letters after the event. We’d like to urge people to get involved again this year. You are supposed to get tested once a year, so even those that got tested last year, I would urge you to come back again this year."
Men over fifty, men with a family history of prostate cancer, and black men are more at risk of prostate cancer