Two mugs on a green background with the words Takling Cancer.

Talking Cancer podcast - Series 1, Episode 3: Life after cancer

Podcast
Published: 03 Mar 2020
Edition: 1
Two mugs on a green background with the words Takling Cancer.
Errol talks to Emma B about how he’s made it his life’s work to educate men about prostate cancer, as well as touching on the side effects of a cancer some consider a taboo.

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Published: 03 Mar 2020
Edition: 1
Errol talks to Emma B about how he’s made it his life’s work to educate men about prostate cancer, as well as touching on the side effects of a cancer some consider a taboo.

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