Help beat bowel cancer.
The Mr Brightside Project and the Adam Stansfield Foundation together with leading bowel cancer charities and partners from within the professional game are calling for people to stand up against the disease.
Chris Neal the health ambassador for Port Vale is pictured with Boomer supporting the cause.
KNOW YOUR BODY!
Bowel Cancer can affect men and women of all ages. So get to know your body and if you notice any of the following and they last longer than three weeks, make an appointment to see your GP:
- Bleeding from the bottom without obvious reason
- A persistent change in bowel habit to looser or more frequent bowel movements.
- A lump in your tummy or tummy pain, especially if its severe.
CHANCES ARE IT WON'T BE BOWEL CANCER BUT IF YOU'RE CONCERNED, IT'S BETTER TO PLAY SAFE.
Know the score is supported be Current / Former Players and Managers from the Professional Game, Billy Bonds, Mick McCarthy, Rachel Yankey OBE and Jack Wilshere.