Men's Cancer Information

One in two Australian men will develop cancer in their lifetime. The most common cancers for men are prostate, bowel, melanoma and lung cancer. The good news is there are steps you can take to reduce your cancer risk or find cancer at a stage when treatment is more likely to succeed.

Male person

Are you at risk?

Meet David. He just turned 55 and received the National Bowel Cancer Screening kit in the mail. This got him thinking about other aspects of his health, including talking to his doctor about prostate cancer. He wonders if his male family members and friends are doing anything about their health.