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That this House recognises that prostate cancer is the most common cancer amongst men with 37,000 men diagnosed each year and one man dying every hour from the disease in the UK; acknowledges that nine out of 10 men diagnosed with prostate cancer are over 60 years old and that those with a family history and men from an African Caribbean background are at higher risk; supports the right of every man over 50, and younger men at higher risk, to have access to balanced information about the prostate-specific antigen test which can help diagnose prostate cancer; welcomes the work carried out by the international charity Movember, where men are encouraged to grow moustaches to raise awareness and funds, with the money raised by Movember in the UK supporting the programmes of The Prostate Cancer Charity to support people affected by the disease and research into the causes, prevention and treatment of prostate cancer as well as the Institute for Cancer Research's programmes around testicular cancer; and calls on the Government to support Movember in raising vital awareness and funds for this terrible disease and to better last year's 112,000 participants and the 11.7 million raised in the UK.
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