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Prevention is better than cure

Health screening helps to identify if you are at risk of, or have a disease or condition that was not previously known about; if something significant is found, it is often easier to treat or indeed cure a condition in its early stages.

Why cancer screening?

One in two people will develop cancer within their lifetime, and- we all know someone who has been affected by cancer. Measure Health delivers a Cancer and Wellbeing screen, to detect the early stages of cancer, before symptoms occur.

Prevention is better than cure and we discuss all aspects of your health and lifestyle to optimise your wellbeing and lower your cancer risk.

To book your cancer screen or to find out more information please email clinical@measurehealth.co.uk or visit the Contact Us page to fill in your details.


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Best practices to reduce cancer risk

3 Aug 2021

Episode 217 - Shonella Singh: Best practices to reduce cancer risk

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Prostate Cancer

24 Jun 2021

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. 1 in 8 men will develop cancer in their lifetime. It predominantly affects men over the age of 50 and AGE is one of the biggest risk factors, however the risk becomes higher for those with a family

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What is Whole Body MRI Scanning

7 Jun 2021

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Inhaling smoke is bad for you… yes that includes...

17 Apr 2021

We all know that smoking increases the risk of cancer, but it seems there is a blind spot with other ways of inhaling smoke like shisha. Remember its not just the tobacco that is the problem, wherever there is smoke, there are other harmful chemicals

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Men- examine yourselves!

14 Mar 2021

MEN - examine yourselves! We talk a lot about the importance about self- examination of breasts in women and yet, much less is spoken about the importance of self-examination of the testicles in men. Why is that?

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