With prostate cancer now the third biggest cancer killer, it is clearer than ever that we need big leaps forward in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of this disease. That’s why we’re delighted to be awarding £2.7 million to UK scientists to fund some of the most exciting and revolutionary ideas through our Research Innovation Awards. Find out more about these projects, including one that aims to develop a prostate cancer vaccine.
The environmental journalist and activist is the latest high-profile man to open up about having prostate cancer, after writing a searingly honest column giving his three top tips for keeping upbeat in the face of the disease.
For the last six years, the African Caribbean Golf Association has been challenging taboos and raising awareness of a disease that hits one-in-four black men. We meet four of its members and find out how it all began.
The former BBC Breakfast presenter says his cancer has spread to his bones and urges men to get their prostates checked.
Since he was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer in 2014, father-of-three Kevin Webber has helped raise more than £200k for us through sponsored endurance events. He describes how doing his first trans-Saharan Marathon de Sables kept him happily distracted from his prognosis, and why his wife urges him to take on more epic running challenges.
So many of us have ‘make a Will’ on our long term to do list. But this month there is a gentle incentive to take that step because March is Free Wills Month. Here, Private Client solicitor, Nicola Edmondson talks through the things you need to consider before you make a Will.
This week the PSA test is in the media spotlight after results from a large prostate cancer trial were released. So what should men do if they are worried about prostate cancer? Who should have a PSA test? Our Specialist Nurse, Ali Rooke sets out the facts.
This weekend, national media picked up a story that we reported in November about an NHS England scheme trialling a “one-stop-shop” process for diagnosing prostate cancer. The story was picked up from The Daily Mail, who have recently begun a prostate cancer campaign after being moved by our news that prostate cancer is now the third biggest cancer killer.
The much-loved writer, presenter and actor has followed up last week's shock announcement on social media that he's recovering from prostate cancer surgery with a new tweet of our infographic, encouraging others to know their risk of the most common cancer in men.
Our Specialist Nurses received record numbers of enquiries last week after prostate cancer dominated the headlines. So we've pulled together their answers to the most commonly asked questions, as well as footage of our recent Facebook Live Q&A event, to give everyone the lowdown on the UK's third biggest cancer killer.