Suicide in men with cancer: recognising and responding to the warning signs

Men are at far greater risk of dying by suicide than are women, but are less likely to seek help. With adequate knowledge of relevant risk factors and warning signs, coupled with basic skills in suicide intervention and knowledge of appropriate referral pathways, practitioners in men’s health are ideally placed to reduce the risk of suicide in this vulnerable population.

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