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Prostate Cancer UK appoints new CEO

2 Mar 2016

After a rigorous recruitment process, the Board of Trustees has appointed Angela Culhane as Prostate Cancer UK's new Chief Executive.

Olympic hero extends fun run partnership for men with prostate cancer

16 Dec 2015

World champion hurdler Colin Jackson announces two-year extension to Go Dad Run partnership with Prostate Cancer UK, which has raised more than £50,000 so far.

Keyline win: our awards-topping partnership raises over £1m in five years

12 Oct 2015

Recognised at last week's Charity Times Awards, Keyline's corporate partnership with Prostate Cancer UK has raised awareness and extraordinary funds.

EastEnders star Rudolph Walker and football legend Les Ferdinand get behind the Be Clear on Cancer ‘Prostate Cancer’ campaign

20 Oct 2014

EastEnders actor Rudolph Walker OBE and former England international footballer and Premier League coach Les Ferdinand MBE, are just two of the high profile names that have joined forces to raise awareness of the increased risk of prostate cancer amongst black men, as part of the ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign.

Another strike for Men United as Millwall FC partnership triumphs at Third Sector Awards

19 Sep 2014

There was joy for Prostate Cancer UK and Millwall FC last night (Thursday 18 September) as we triumphed in the Best Corporate Partnership category at the Third Sector Awards. The victory, at The Grand Connaught Rooms in London, came after a hugely successful 2013/14 season in which we worked closely on and off the pitch wtih the Championship club.

Scotmid and Prostate Cancer UK raise record £280,000 for pioneering research and awareness programme

16 Sep 2014

Scotmid Co-operative and Prostate Cancer UK have raised a record breaking £280,000 - nearly doubling the partnership’s original fundraising target of £150,000.

Lancet study concludes that PSA screening programmes should not be introduced at this time - Prostate Cancer UK comment

7 Aug 2014

Press comment: Research published in The Lancet, suggests screening for prostate cancer using prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing could reduce deaths from the disease by about a fifth but authors conclude benefits of screening don't outweigh the harms.

Prostate Cancer UK launches new online support services for men

14 Jul 2014

We launch a series of digital services from for men living with or worried about prostate cancer as a survey conducted by YouGov on our behalf shows that 53% of men would go online for information before booking an appointment with their GP

Prostate Cancer UK, Movember and Scottish Government pump £500,000 into new research

27 Jun 2014

Prostate Cancer UK, The Movember Foundation and the Scottish Government have today (Friday 27 June) handed researchers at Dundee University a six figure sum to investigate unanswered questions surrounding prostate cancer, the most common cancer in men in Scotland.

Gregg Wallace and Jon Culshaw get fired up for Father’s Day - MAN V BBQ to fight ‘the dad’s disease’

13 Jun 2014

Gregg Wallace took time out from the MasterChef kitchen to join impressionist Jon Culshaw in challenging men across the country to hold a Father’s Day barbeque - and start the fireside chats that could save a life.