HEALTH CHIEFS are urging people to visit their doctor if they notice any blood in their pee.

This advice comes as part of the national ‘Be Clear On Cancer’ campaign, which aims to raise awareness of blood in pee as a key symptom for both bladder and kidney cancers. 

Bladder and kidney cancers are the seventh and eighth most commonly diagnosed cancers with people aged 50 and over at most at risk of getting the disease.