Men deserve better. It’s that simple.

That’s why we’ve invested millions of pounds into research, services and awareness over the last 10 years. It’s the reason we provide services to men and their families like our Specialist Nurses, one-to-one support and information leaflets. It’s why we’re leading the way in providing prostate education to medical professionals. It’s why we don’t take no for an answer when it comes to fighting our campaigns. We are Prostate Cancer UK.

Our impact on men's health

We evaluate our impact.

How we spend your money

Our reviews and reports: get the year-by-year breakdown.

Who supports us

Our supporters: it's a long list.  Better get reading.

Our work in Black communities

1 in 4 Black men will get prostate cancer at some point in their lives.

Public awareness study

Our study of the public’s knowledge of, awareness of and attitudes towards health, prostate cancer and Prostate Cancer UK.

Our history

How we got started.

Our identity

We’ve stamped our identity on men’s health in the UK.

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Working out the risk of prostate cancer in Black men

Black men are more likely to get prostate cancer than men of other ethnicities. It’s really important that Black men know about this.