NCFC Academy Squad & Testicular Cancer Awareness
Testicular Cancer is the most common form of cancer in young men, and predominates in the 15 to 35 age group. The majority of young adults are not aware of this, and that, with early detection, treatment is successful in 98% of cases. The key message of this video is for men to check themselves regularly, know what to look for, and not to delay seeing to their GP if they find any abnormalities. It is hoped that by featuring young professional footballers the message will be well received by the target audience.
Our thanks go to all the staff at Norwich City Football Club, The NCFC Colney Training ground staff, and the NCFC Youth Academy, who helped in the production of the video. A special thank you for agreeing to take part goes to Jay Eastoe-Smith, NCFC Head Of Academy Sports Science, who has himself been affected by Testicular Cancer.
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