Men, we are with you
1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer. If you’re over 50, or you’re black, or your dad or brother had it, you’re at even higher risk.
Prostate cancer is not always life-threatening. But when it is, the earlier you catch it the more likely it is to be cured.
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All you need to know about prostate problems
Our information is here to support you and your loved ones. Find out about your risk, learn about possible signs and symptoms, and get all the information you need on treatment and support if you're newly diagnosed or living with prostate cancer. You can find all our information online, or download or order our free publications.
The support you need, your way
If you or your loved one are concerned about prostate cancer or a prostate problem, we’re here for you. Talk through any questions or concerns with our Specialist Nurses over the phone, email or our online chat provided by LiveChat. You can also speak to a volunteer or others going through similar experiences on our online community or via support groups.
Funding research that will stop men dying from prostate cancer
Over the last two decades we’ve funded and accelerated some of the biggest breakthroughs in prostate cancer care – from the use of multiparametric MRI to improve diagnosis, to the world’s first precision medicine for prostate cancer. But we have a lot of work still to do. Click below to hear about our past successes, current research, and what we need your help to fund next.
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Prostate cancer news
The latest from the front line: research breakthroughs, heroic supporters, celebrity interviews and powerful stories from people living with prostate cancer.
"I want to help other black people, my two sons and grandson” after his dad’s diagnosis, football star Paul Parker joins pioneering study to understand why black men are at higher risk.
1 in 4 black men in the UK will get prostate cancer. That’s twice the risk for all men, and we don’t know why. Former England and Manchester United footballer, Paul Parker is taking part in a study to help us find out, and he wants other men to join him.Read Article
Another treatment breakthrough: apalutamide approved for men with advanced prostate cancer
Following several years of appraisals, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has approved a second novel hormone therapy that will give men more time with their families.Read Article
Combining existing treatments can improve survival in men with localised and advanced prostate cancer.
Results from two major trials could change the way we treat prostate cancer. We look at what these findings mean for men and their families.Read Article
Can we train the immune system to attack prostate cancer? We're funding these researchers to find out.
We’ve invested £1.7 million into five exceptional immunotherapy projects led by top prostate cancer research teams across the UK. Meet the team below.Read Article