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Book Launched in Aid of Prostate Cymru: ‘Never Say Nethers’ Raises Awareness and Funds

Stephen Whitehead has written the novel ‘Never Say Nethers’ about his own experience with prostate cancer to raise awareness about the disease.

All proceeds from the book sales will go to Prostate Cymru, Wales’s leading prostate health charity.

This novel encapsulates Stephen’s personal journey battling the disease and serves as a beacon of hope for countless others facing similar struggles.

You can buy the book on our website by clicking here.

Stephen hopes to dismantle the stigma surrounding prostate cancer and encourage conversations about the importance of early detection through the novel.

Stephen said about the book, “The entire cover price of Never Say Nethers Again is donated to Prostate Cymru, so buying this book not only makes a valuable financial contribution to their work but reading it may save your life or that of a friend or partner. After opening it, I defy any man not to GET CHECKED.”

With 1 in 8 men in Wales being diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime and 1 in 3 with a family history, it’s so important to spread the word and raise awareness about the dangers of prostate cancer.

Tina Tew, Chief Executive of Prostate Cymru, said, “Stephen’s commitment to raising awareness and funds through his journey is inspiring and instrumental in our efforts to combat prostate cancer. Early diagnosis helps save lives, and it’s great to see people like Stephen taking the initiative and helping spread awareness with innovative fundraising like this.”

Prostate Cymru has no national or government funding. It relies on the kindness and generosity of fundraisers like Stephen to fulfill its core aims of funding innovation, raising awareness, and improving equipment in Wales.

If Stephen has inspired you and you would like to arrange your own fundraiser, please get in touch with Prostate Cymru at [email protected]

Click here to buy Never Say Nethers on our website.

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