Stephen Fry joins NHS campaign promoting cancer check-ups

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Stephen Fry has joined an NHS campaign to encourage people with potential cancer symptoms to come forward for checks. The actor and comedian, 64, was treated for prostate cancer in 2018 and is now warning people of the early signs of abdominal or urological cancer. The NHS Help Us, Help You campaign, supported by Public Health England, urges people to contact their GP practice if they experience tummy troubles, including discomfort or diarrhoea for three weeks or more, or if they see blood in their urine.

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