Saturday, 12 October 2019

Peyronie's patient on tv?

We have been asked if any of our members would be willing to help. I appreciate this is a very private condition, so please consider it carefully. Raising awareness is always a good thing, but it may not be easy for anyone affected to be examined on national television, and most Peyronie's patients tend to be older than the required age range. Still I hope someone is brave enough to step forward.
This is the request we got:

The Garden Productions (makers of ’24 Hours in A&E’) are making a new BBC programme that is looking for people based in the UK aged 18-30 who have a health question that’s playing on their mind. We know having someone examine your penis is sometimes an awkward encounter, and as part of this programme we want to feature people with Peyronie's who haven’t had it checked out by a doctor. 

We are working with a brilliant, friendly fully qualified doctor who wants to make medical advice clearer and more accessible. We hope by discussing Peyronie's on our show we will help raise aware and encourage more people to seek diagnosis and treatment if they wish to do so. 

If you are interested in being involved, please apply here:

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