Local Voices 018: Living with Prostate Cancer


Someone is diagnosed with cancer in Ireland every three-minutes. Just over five-years-ago Sean Crowe TD was one of those people.

He was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer, the most common form of cancer in men in Ireland.

With September being #BlueSeptember, Sean Crowe shares his story of living with the prostate cancer with host Hayden Moore while Consultant Urologist in Tallaght University Hospital, Mr Robert Flynn, details the complexity of the prostate, how the disease can be treated and more.

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