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Building a movement to ensure men are getting tested on time.

We’re looking to help all at risk men get checked for prostate cancer. Getting checked is quick, easy and non-invasive. If we band together we can help ensure all men have a chance at early diagnosis. Talk to your GP or start today with specialist online care.

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Who should get checked?

All Aussie Men over 50

Prostate cancer is most common in men over 50. To help ensure early detection, men over 50 should talk with a qualified doctor about the risks and benefits of testing for prostate cancer.

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Men over 40 with a family history

A family history of prostate or other cancers can increase a man’s risk.

Men with a family history of prostate cancer should discuss testing from 40.

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Don’t ignore the symptoms

Prostate cancer rarely has symptoms in the early stages but any symptoms shouldn’t be ignored. If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms of prostate cancer, contact a GP immediately.

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How to get tested for $30

  1. Click the button below to create your secure account
  2. Enter in your details to determine whether you are eligible
  3. Enter the code the code checked21 to access 75% off

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Men of Maxwell

"Early Detection saved my life. I have Maxwell Plus to thank for that."

Peter — QLD Police Officer
Family history of prostate cancer
Prostate cancer survivor

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Who is affected by prostate cancer ?

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in Australian men. It will affect 1 in 6 men in their lifetime. Early detection is the best method of beating this disease. When detected early, there is a greater than 95% chance of 5-year survival. However, if it is detected late, this drops to less than a 25% chance. The key to early detection is understanding your risk factors and regular testing. Risk factors, such as family history(Fhx) and age, increase your likelihood of developing prostate cancer. For example, having a family history of prostate cancer can double your chance of developing this disease.

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