Prostate cancer blood testing at Trident Honda

Cancer Testing South prostate cancer blood testing at Trident Honda

Cancer Testing South prostate cancer blood testing at Trident Honda

Calling all men between 40 and 80 years old.

This is a reminder that, Cancer Testing South holds regular prostate cancer blood testing clinics at Trident Honda in Ottershaw.

Clinics are typically held on the first Saturday of each month, with the next clinic being on Saturday 1st July 2023 between 10.30 to 13.00:

Upcoming clinics

  • Saturday 1st July (30/50 places remaining*)
  • Saturday 5th August (49/50 places remaining*)
  • Saturday 9th September (50/50 places remaining*)
  • Saturday 7th October (50/50 places remaining*)
  • Saturday 4th November (50/50 places remaining*)
  • Saturday 2nd December (50/50 places remaining*)

*Correct at the time of writing

Every 45 minutes a man dies from prostate cancer, that's more than 11,000 deaths annually. 90% of men who have their prostate cancer detected early are cured.

How to book

The testing is a simple and painless 5-minute blood test and will be carried out by qualified phlebotomists. The whole experience is very relaxed, and there is typically no waiting, but please remember to book your timed appointment:

Whilst the testing is carried out without profit, there will be a charge by CTS to cover processing costs.

Parking and how to find us

Parking is available on site, please drive to the left of our showroom, continuing towards the fence at the rear, where you will see a larger car park to your left.

About Cancer Testing South

Cancer Testing South is a registered charity (1191738), established in 2018 to increase awareness of prostate cancer, and with a team of qualified and experienced nurses and phlebotomists, to provide simple PSA blood tests.

“Trident Honda is concerned that some may be delaying their PSA tests to alleviate pressure on our overstretched NHS,” explains Richard Roberts, Managing Director of Trident Honda. “By providing our facilities free of charge, we hope to play our part in supporting the community, and ensuring that more men are protected against this deadly disease.”