Published Tuesday, 14 August 2012
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But a leading charity is offering a mobile service to allow people to have their aches and pains investigated.
On Wednesday, the Health Minister stepped on to the Action Cancer Big Bus for a check up while the charity helped people in the Poleglass area.
"Men tend not to go to the doctors as quickly as they should," explained Edwin Poots.
"Very often they leave it for two years before they seek to get problems resolved and the consequence of that is that many of them leave it too late to have their illnesses treated."
The Big Bus will make around 200 stops every year and aims to cover every area of Northern Ireland.
Gareth Kirk, chief executive Action Cancer, told UTV that the bus offered services for both men and women as well as breast screening for women between 40 and 49.
"The studies are quite prolific in terms of men not going to the doctor.
"As a charity, Action Cancer are keen to take, right into the heart of the community, the service."
He said that with most illnesses, the earlier people are checked out and get a diagnosis, the better the prognosis.