Campaigning for change

We aim to create change in the way that men with prostate cancer are diagnosed and cared for.

Erectile dysfunction: making a case for support

If you have or had problems getting or keeping an erection after prostate cancer treatment, and are happy to share your experience whether you got the support you needed or not, get in touch:

How do we talk about erectile dysfunction?

We think erectile dysfunction needs a new name. We want to find a better, less negative way to talk about it. But, what should we call it? We need your help to consider alternatives. Tell us what you think.

Order our guides for your health professionals

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, and are going to see your GP or specialist nurse, order a copy of the guides to take with you. The guides will help them know what support you should get.


What do you think of our PSA project?

Do you know enough about whether, when and how often to have a PSA test?

If you're interested in taking part in a focus group to share your views on this work, contact us to register your interest and we'll get in touch when we have more details.