Men's health publications

We have a range of publications which provide information and advice about men's health and cancers that affect men. These booklets provide information and advice about men's health and cancers that affect men.

Booklets and leaflets about men's health

  • Spot Cancer Early: Manual For Men booklet
    This booklet is for men. It looks at how your lifestyle affects your cancer risk and how to spot cancer early. It includes details on testicular and prostate cancer. It also gives you tips on how to make the best of a visit to your doctor.
    Published: 2017

  • Prostate cancer - what you should know leaflet
    This leaflet gives you an overview of  prostate cancer, what affects your risk, how it is diagnosed and more.
    Published: 2013  Next revise: 2016

  • Understanding the PSA test booklet
    This booklet has been written to give you information about the PSA test.  You can use it when deciding to have a PSA test or not and to learn more about the test.
    Published: 2014  Next revise: 2016

  • Understanding the PSA test (Polish version) booklet
    This booklet has been written to give you information about the PSA test.  You can use it when deciding to have a PSA test or not and to learn more about the test.

  • Prostate Passport booklet
    This booklet has been written to give you information about the PSA test.  You can use it when deciding to have a PSA test or not and to learn more about the test.

  • Testicular Cancer: What you should know leaflet
    This leaflet gives you an overview of testicular cancer and what affects your risk.  It also looks at how to check your testicles and more.
    Published: 2014   Next revise: 2016

Infographics

Cancer in men infographic

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International Men's Health Week 2016
Source: National Cancer Registry of Ireland

Men's health infographic

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Sources: Irish Cancer Society, Cancer Focus Northern Ireland, Men's Health Week

Report on Excess Burden of Cancer Among Men in the Republic of Ireland

This report was commissioned to looks at the excess burden of cancer among men in Ireland and to inform action towards implementing policies on men's health and cancer in general. The complete report is available as well as a shorter summary of key findings. Published: 2013

Date Last Reviewed: 
Thursday, June 8, 2017