Former Ross Sutherland captain urges people to contact NHS if they have health concerns, even if unrelated to coronavirus
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Ross Sutherland’s David Kennedy has urged people to go to their GP if they health concerns, even if it is not coronavirus related.
Last week the former Stags captain received a call from Raigmore Hospital telling him that, 10 years after being treated for testicular cancer, he would no longer need annual check-ups.
The 36-year-old was full of praise for the treatment he received, saying others should not hold back from seeking help, even while the NHS is battling a pandemic.
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