Showing 7 articles tagged
'Life After Prostate Cancer Survey':

"It’s a pity my treatment was so hit and miss"

19 Jul 2016

When Ian Adamson tells us why he filled in the Life After Prostate Cancer survey, and how his experience of being diagnosed and treated for prostate cancer left him feeling it can all be a bit of a lottery how well you fare.

Landmark UK survey of men with prostate cancer reaches Northern Ireland

19 Jul 2016

The first of our 'Life after prostate cancer diagnosis' surveys will drop on the doormats of men with prostate cancer in Northern Ireland today, as the groundbreaking study extends beyond England, with Wales and Scotland due in the next few months.

"I don’t want anyone else to go through what I've gone through if I can help it"

19 Jul 2016

The array of treatment options often felt bewildering to Courtenay King after he was first diagnosed with prostate cancer. Now he hopes that by participating in the 'Life after prostate cancer diagnosis' study, he can help improve others' experience of dealing with the disease.

Fill in your survey and help us level the playing field for men with prostate cancer

31 Mar 2016

After completing our landmark survey, 'Life after prostate cancer diagnosis', Will Trubridge shares his story and why he thinks it's important as many men as possible tell their experiences, too.

Second wave of landmark prostate cancer survey brings total to 60,000

29 Jan 2016

Look out for your survey in the post and help shape the future of prostate cancer care in the UK.

First surveys in groundbreaking study of men with prostate cancer go out today

16 Oct 2015

30,000 men with prostate cancer in England today received a questionnaire for a new study into the impact of the disease on their life and wellbeing.

Life after prostate cancer. It’s about more than just being alive.

4 Nov 2014

We’ve teamed up with the Movember Foundation to fund a pioneering research project called ‘Life after prostate cancer diagnosis’. This will be the first ever in-depth, UK-wide study of men with prostate cancer. It aims to find out what effect it’s had on men physically, emotionally and socially and what needs to happen to make things better.