Spire Roding Hospital raise awareness of Testicular Cancer

PUBLISHED: 10:10 17 May 2016 | UPDATED: 10:43 17 May 2016

Dr Sandeep Pathak, Jo Dean, Mr John Peters and the first guests in our screening hub

Dr Sandeep Pathak, Jo Dean, Mr John Peters and the first guests in our screening hub

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Spire Roding Hospital attended Boleyn Stadium and offered free testicular cancer screening to male fans

Tracylee Tombides, founder of DT38, Steve Parish, chairman of Crystal Palace FC and Jo Dean, Spire Roding Hospital DirectorTracylee Tombides, founder of DT38, Steve Parish, chairman of Crystal Palace FC and Jo Dean, Spire Roding Hospital Director

On April 2 Spire Roding Hospital attended West Ham’s home ground at the Boleyn Stadium, for the West Ham vs Crystal Palace football game, offering free screening for testicular cancer to all male fans from both teams. A clinically equipped trailer was in place offering a private and comfortable environment to the fans where consultant urologist Mr John Peters and consultant radiologist Dr Sandeep Pathak carried out the screening. In addition to this, the team from Spire Roding were also handing out information leaflets from Cancer UK and DT38 and assisted in raising money to support the charity’s work. At the end of the day more than 50 men had been screened and went home with a piece of mind.

Roding's screening hubRoding's screening hub

West Ham United's Medical Team visits the screening hubWest Ham United's Medical Team visits the screening hub

Tracylee Tombides, Stijn Vandenbrouke, Jo Dean, Sean HowlettTracylee Tombides, Stijn Vandenbrouke, Jo Dean, Sean Howlett

Tracylee Tombides, Sir Trevor Brooking and Jo DeanTracylee Tombides, Sir Trevor Brooking and Jo Dean

Roding's screening hubRoding's screening hub

Jo Dean, Stuart Slater and Mr John Peters, Consultant Urologist at RodingJo Dean, Stuart Slater and Mr John Peters, Consultant Urologist at Roding

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