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New Movember funds will turn treatment research into clinical reality

1 Dec 2015

Our £1.5m of Movember Foundation Translational Awards will ensure four groundbreaking projects make it through the labs and into clinical trials.

Nik Kershaw and friends come together for one-off Men United concert

1 Dec 2015

Tickets go on sale this Friday for a special fundraising gig in March, with Nik Kershaw and Chris Difford among the 1980s legends set to headline.

Extra NHS funding announced for new drugs and cancer diagnosis in England

24 Nov 2015

Prostate Cancer UK welcomes today's government announcement of billions in additional funds for NHS England to spend on drugs and diagnosis up to 2020-21.

A year of Excellence for our new research centres

23 Nov 2015

It's almost a year since our Movember Centres of Excellence opened their doors for business. Here’s a roundup of what's happened so far.

On the frontline: the health professionals doing mo' with your money

23 Nov 2015

Meet the vital clinical staff we fund, with support from Movember, to help smooth and improve the process of treatment for men with prostate cancer.

NICE decision on radium 223 leaves some men in limbo

20 Nov 2015

NICE decision to approve radium-223 only for those men who've already had chemotherapy leaves access for men unsuitable for chemo in doubt.

NHS England and NICE join forces to open consultation on access to cancer drugs

20 Nov 2015

NHS England and NICE have published a document outlining how they plan to work together to reform access to cancer drugs in England. What does it mean for men? We’re on the case to find out.

Lads Night In winners 'shocked' to be dealt trip to Bahamas

19 Nov 2015

Glaswegian Alan MacVicar will be taking four friends to play cards on the Caribbean island after scooping PokerStars' prize holiday in our September fundraiser.

Stockholm study heralds a major change in assessing prostate cancer risk

11 Nov 2015

BLOG: Sophie Lutter explains the full story behind the 'extremely promising' results from a Swedish trial of a new prostate cancer screening programme.