4 Feb 2014
In - Research

It’s World Cancer Day today (Tuesday 4 February), a chance for people across the globe to unite together and speak out about cancer, which is now the world’s biggest killer1 with cases set to rise by 75 per cent over the next two decades2

In the UK, it’s prostate cancer that is the most common cancer in men and is set to become the most common cancer overall by 2030. Over 40,000 men are diagnosed each year, with 10,000 men dying from the disease.

So what do you know about prostate cancer? Test your knowledge and dispel common myths in our short online quiz. And while you’re there, you can sign up to Men United and join our growing army of thousands of supporters in the fight against prostate cancer.

On World Cancer Day, we are Men United v Prostate Cancer. We can win this.

Take the test

World Cancer Day is an initiative of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC).


  1. World Cancer Report 2014, IARC
  2. WHO Global Health Observatory
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