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Our team

Our Brand & Media team provide journalists with the most up-to-date and precise information on all aspects of prostate cancer, our activities and work, as quickly as possible. We deliver expert responses to the latest developments in prostate cancer research, as well as facts, figures, case studies and spokespeople to guide you through the issues surrounding the disease.

Get in touch for more information:

  • Press line 07984 325 001

  • Email us

  • Supporter Stories

    If you’re interested in sharing your prostate cancer experience with us, we’d be really keen to hear from you. Learning about people’s different experiences of the disease helps us continue to build the broadest understanding and sensitively share important messages to a wider audience in effective ways. You can get in touch to share your story.
  • For anything else

    If you’re not a media professional, or yours isn’t a press or supporter story enquiry, please refer to the general Contact Us page for more options.

About Prostate Cancer UK

Prostate Cancer UK is the UK’s largest men’s health charity. Our staff, Trustees, Patrons, Ambassadors and volunteers all work towards one goal: ensuring we put men at the centre of everything we do.

What we do

  • campaign to help more men survive prostate cancer and enjoy a better quality of life
  • support men by providing vital information
  • find answers by funding research into causes and treatments
  • lead change by raising the profile of the disease and improving care

Press line: 07984 325 001

Case studies and spokespeople for interview

Angela took on the CEO role in October 2015, having first joined the charity as Director of Finance early in 2014. She was instrumental in developing the new strategy, Ten years to tame prostate cancer, and is keen to crack on with this urgent challenge, not least because of her own family’s history of the disease.

Angela is a Chartered Accountant, having trained with Deloitte and Touche in London. Before joining Prostate Cancer UK, she worked in various leadership roles in business including in Care UK, Britvic plc and Courtaulds plc

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Whether you want to interview a clinician, wish to add depth to a radio programme, or add a fact box to a feature article, our team of Specialist Nurses is available to answer a range of questions - from possible signs and symptoms of prostate cancer, to the impact a diagnosis can have on the whole family.

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This Directorate includes our Improving Care, Policy, Knowledge and Health Information teams which are responsible for the delivery and development of our services across the country which will improve support to men living with prostate cancer and prostate disease.

We have senior staff spokespeople who can provide comment, insight, and interviews to print, broadcast and online media.

Call us on 07984 325001 for interview requests.

Prostate Cancer UK works to encourage, support and fund research into the causes, prevention, treatment and impact of prostate cancer.

We have a number of scientists and clinical advisors who are available for interview to discuss their work - from research into the development of the disease to the impact on carers of men with prostate cancer.

Experts in their field, many of our directors are on hand to provide comment, insight, and interviews to print, broadcast and online media.

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“So I went along to the doctors and while I was sitting in the waiting room, I was bit a bored, and something made me go and pick up this leaflet about prostate cancer. I asked them, ‘how long will it take to do this prostate test?’ and they said, ’10 minutes - and we can do it now.’ That 10 minutes changed my life.”

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"It was a terrible shock when we discovered Ron had prostate cancer and especially to hear that it was so advanced there was nothing which could cure it, only treatment which could control it for a time. Until that point, we didn’t even know what the prostate was. My ignorance about the disease has made me want to raise funds and awareness. My tribute fund to Ron is a beautiful online memorial. I'm proud that I can continue in his name to fight as bravely as he did against this disease to try and help more men in the future."

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"At the age of 53, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. The NHS provided me with brilliant treatment in terms of my surgery, radiotherapy and hormone treatment, but in terms of living with the side effects of all that, I felt quite empty. The truth is, no one really wants to talk about erections, ejaculation, and erectile dysfunction and they find it very, very taboo. I'm also gay, which adds an extra dimension. What I've found is that being positive in my head and positive in my heart are two different things, and to feel positive in my heart that is key to this."

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“When I heard the words prostate cancer my whole world fell apart. I felt like a broken man and burst into tears. But then as I learnt more from reading up about it and speaking to Prostate Cancer UK’s helpline, I found that I had a good chance of being successfully treated, due to the fact that it was still confined to the prostate and this gave me a strong sense of hope.” 

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“My message to men is don’t ignore your health, take control. Be aware of the existence of prostate cancer and consult your doctor if symptoms arise. It can be successfully treated if identified early.”

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