With the most lucrative game in English football this weekend, the Aston Villa coach reveals how his family has privately dealt with the impact prostate cancer has had on his father – the former England goalkeeper Ray Clemence – and why the play-offs are the best way to go up.
Our judges have pored over more than 650 entrants to our pub fundraising competition, all of them doing brilliant, inspiring and often wacky things to help support us with our vital work. But there could be only two winners and we spoke to them both about their extraordinary bar-based efforts.
Jeff Stelling thanks the league for helping us raise the astonishing sum and the profile of prostate cancer since we became the EFL's Official Charity Partner in 2012. We look back at all the match day collections, marches and rides that helped us get there and find out where the money is going.
Keith and Angela Benson's world was turned upside down late last year, after Keith was diagnosed with incurable prostate cancer. They tell us how they're adapting to new roles within their marriage as they cope with the difficult side effects of treatment, and why they're proud to be joining our March for Men in London.
After being diagnosed with incurable prostate cancer 18 months ago, the veteran sports writer Ralph Ellis is determined to beat the odds. But even he was surprised when his son challenged him to cycle 145 miles together in our Football to Amsterdam fundraising ride next month. We spoke to him about how he's getting on.
Former Liverpool and Bristol Rovers defender Nick Tanner tells us how his late father's generosity has spurred him on to raise thousands of pounds for Prostate Cancer UK, what his famous former teammates are doing to help, and why he's so proud to be joining another March for Men this summer.
BLOG: With Mental Health Awareness Week this week, viral selfie star Kurt Jewson opens up about the post-traumatic stress disorder that followed his diagnosis with advanced prostate cancer more than two years ago, and why he's learnt not to fight it.
From The Leigh Arms in Northwich to The Engine and Tender in Bedfordshire, you've been helping us scour the UK to find our favourite local pub and landlord of 2018 as part of our Men United Arms pub-fundraising campaign. We've whittled it down to our top five – is your local or landlord among the finalists?
Burton Menswear have announced their support to our March for Men walking series this summer, in a bid to help stop men dying from prostate cancer.
New research backed by us and the Movember Foundation has shown that a type of ultrasound scan, which can detect the stiffness of the prostate, may be able to spot aggressive cancer.