The number of men diagnosed with prostate cancer is growing fast. Already the most common cancer in men, by 2030 it is predicted to become the most common of all cancers. Yet tests for the disease still aren't good enough. And although prostate cancer affects almost as many men as breast cancer affects women, the difference in awareness, treatments and support for men is astounding.
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After you've looked after family and friends, please consider leaving a gift in your Will to Prostate Cancer UK.
Our Funding the Future events are open to all, and provide a unique opportunity to discover more about the innovative research our supporters have helped to fund and meet the researchers working at the forefront of prostate cancer research.
You'll have the chance to find out more about the work we're doing in your local area, hear from the incredible researchers funded by your support and discover the important role gifts in Wills play in our groundbreaking work.
We’ve teamed up with the National Free Wills Network, so now you can have a simple Will written or amended for free, by a solicitor near you.
If you'd like to make use of this offer, let us know your name and address, and we will then send you an information pack of what to do next along with the details of at least three participating solicitors in your area. You choose which one and make an appointment. It’s as simple as that.
There is no obligation to leave us a gift in your Will but we would of course be extremely grateful if you were to think of us.
Without treatment, I think it’s very unlikely that I would have lived to meet my grandchildren. I hope that diagnosis will be different when they are older and that there will be more treatment options available. I’m not underestimating the size of the challenge, but it’s important to me to be able to contribute to their future. Including a gift to Prostate Cancer UK in my Will will help fund the research into treatment, diagnosis and prevention that will ensure more men survive prostate cancer
“My message to men is don’t ignore the signs until it’s too late like I did. Be aware of the existence of prostate cancer and consult your doctor if you have any worries or symptoms arise. It can be successfully treated if identified early.”
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