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Former Ross Sutherland captain urges people to contact NHS if they have health concerns, even if unrelated to coronavirus


By Andrew Henderson

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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.

David Kennedy, with his brothers Ali and Murray, all played alongside each other at Ross Sutherland.
David Kennedy, with his brothers Ali and Murray, all played alongside each other at Ross Sutherland.

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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