Host Family Feud, Channel Ten
"MANDATE is a great platform to start a conversation with your mates if you're not feeling well mentally, physically or emotionally it is also a great excuse to get your mates together and raise some funds to support life-saving prostate cancer research."
Sports Commentator Channel
"I lost my Dad to a heart attack when he was just 42 and I was only 11 so I know what impact health issues can have. Regular checks and a healthy lifestyle have been forefront in my life ever since."
Ten Eyewitness News
"This month I have joined forces with the PA Research Foundation's Men's Health Campaign to lift the bar on men's health and raise fund for serious health issues facing Australian men today."
Weather Presenter Network Ten
"Did you know if you take out suicide and reckless death - 5 men die every hour in Australia - from a disease that could have been prevented through early detection."
"Although men are getting much better at accessing health services today there is still a generation that thinks there's no need to seek regular medical care."
"Don't let yourself be another statistic and muscle up to lift your game on men's health and make a date with your doc, it might just save your life."
Zarraffa's Coffee founder
Although men are getting much better at accessing health services today there is still a generation that thinks there's no need to seek regular medical care. Zarraffa's Coffee founder Kenton Campbell says he is only here today thanks to an early cancer diagnosis. "On my return from our family holiday where I had coughed blood I knew something was wrong so I got it checked out and was immediately sent to the specialist.
This quick response was what saved my life along with the amazing collaboration of the surgical team, radiologists, and scientists who worked together to remove the tumour, save my face and all just in the nick of time," he says. Kenton has kicked off the PA Research Foundation's Men's Health Initiative this month by pledging an annual gift to the PA Research Foundation and is throwing his weight behind the initiative as a key male spokesperson.
"Early detection is the key, I can only imagine if I had waited too long. The outcome would have been a lot different. Please, don't do that to yourself or your family. Go get checked today," says Kenton.
AFL legend Jamie Charman has thrown his muscle behind the PA & Spirit Group Men's Health Campaign. He says watching his father undergo treatment for prostate cancer was his motivation to get checked out.
"Waterworks is a pretty important issue to men so if they are 40 or over they shouldn't put off a visit totheir GP. And because we now have a family history of Prostate Cancer, I am certainly making an appointment to seemy doctor," says Jamie.
Ten Eyewitness News
"This month I have joined forces with the PA Research Foundation's Men's Health Campaign to lift the bar on men's health and raise funds for serious health issues facing Australian men today."