After today's confirmation that mpMRI scans before a biopsy can radically improve the accuracy of prostate cancer diagnosis, figures reveal that just 32% of eligible men currently have access to the procedure because of a shortage of scanners and qualified staff to use them in the NHS.
In his regular column for Prostate Cancer UK, Jeff Stelling looks ahead to the EFL Cup final, a trip to Manchester United in June and welcomes a video of support by a legendary striker.
The golf gear manufacturer will make a donation to Prostate Cancer UK for every sale of its new range of balls, recruiting some of the game's famous names to raise awareness of the most common cancer in men.
BLOG: Today, Prostate Cancer UK and 67 other charities signed a joint letter to the Prime Minister, urging the government to use the Spring Budget to give the NHS the money it needs to end the current crisis. Our Change Delivery Manager, Martin Abrams, explains why the NHS's whole future is at stake.
Last Valentine's Day, Janet Daykin told us about a short but extraordinary walk for a romantic meal with her late husband, which meant so much to them before he died of advanced prostate cancer. She explains why she now wants to do another emotionally-charged walk on our March for Men in June.
It was fellow Sky Sports presenter Bill Arthur's brush with prostate cancer that inspired Jeff Stelling to take up his original multi-marathon march for Prostate Cancer UK. The rugby league-reporting stalwart tells us why he's proud to be joining his friend and a whole host of other sporting legends once again for this year's March for Men.
North Hants Golf Club raised the astonishing sum after Chris Traill chose us as his designated charity in honour of his late dad.
In the first of his exclusive columns for Prostate Cancer UK, Soccer Saturday presenter Jeff Stelling explains why he's lacing up his boots again to take on 15 walking marathons in 15 days, from Exeter to Newcastle, in June this year.
A year ago, Kurt Jewson crashed our website after a selfie he shared on Facebook went viral. He tells us what happened in the whirlwind of media attention that followed, and how he hopes recent treatment could finally leave him cancer-free.
After his epic fundraising march last year, walking ten marathons in ten days for Prostate Cancer UK, the Soccer Saturday host is back and looking to make it 15 marathons this time with an astonishing £500k target. He tells us why he's so keen to go through the punishing highs and lows all over again.