Early detection can save lives
Golf day raises funds for cancer research
BEING proactive with your health was the message for Gayndah’s golfers at the Think Beyond Pink and Blue Charity Golf Day.
The Gayndah Golf Club and North Burnett Prostate Cancer Support Group raised awareness and money for the Kim Walters Think Pink Foundation and the Mo-vember Foundation.
Guest speaker Ross Gomersall, from Prostate Cancer Australia, had a powerful message for those in attendance.
“After I was diagnosed with prostate cancer I was proactive withmy health. I askedmy brother to get tested. He was reluctant to do so and the consequences are that he is no longer with us today,” he said.
“You need to be proactive with your health. “Early detection saves lives.” Mr Gomersall encouraged suffers to contact the North Burnett Prostate Cancer Support Group.
THINK BEYOND PINK: Ross Gomersall (in blue) with pink crayola’s Gus Slack, Brett Kreis and Lachlan Willis.