We are aware that those who attended our PSA testing day at the Crown Oil Arena earlier this month have started to receive their results, either via email or in the post.
If you have any concerns about your results, then please contact your GP as soon as you can so to allay any fears and get any appropriate help.
Recently, the Dale Trust have added a Welfare Team’ to their ranks, and the team is available if you need to talk in confidence to someone or receive information on signposting. You’ll find the details on how to contact them HERE.
In addition, Associate Director John Smallwood, who has suffered from and been treated for Prostate Cancer, is also available to talk to in a confidential manner. You can contact John either by email or post. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Post: Mr John Smallwood, Rochdale Football Club, The Crown Oil Arena, Sandy Lane, Rochdale, OL11 5DR. Please mark an correspondence as ‘personal’.
Nearly 200 men took part in the PSA testing day, held before Dale’s League One fixture against Fleetwood Town in January.
On the day, men were asked for a small donation towards the tests’ costs, and we’re pleased to say that just over £1600 was raised. The Barry Kilby Prostate Cancer Appeal funded the rest of the cost.