"You're not going to get anywhere by checking Dr Internet."
That's the advice of 27 year old Eamon Redmond from Dublin, who was given life-changing news earlier this year.
"I had a constant itch on my body for about eight weeks and I knew something was not right."
"I went to my GP and within eight weeks I had a diagnosis of stage four Hodgkin's Lymphoma."
On International Men's Day, Eamon, along with the Irish Cancer Society, is appealing to men to check-in with their GP if they've concerns about cancer.
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The charity says men are less likely to seek medical help for early warning signs and also have less knowledge of symptoms.
Core Research's survey also found 4 in 10 men say they've found it harder to look after their health since the pandemic began.