A year after walking with Jeff Stelling having just been diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer, Lloyd Pinder records another moving video about his determination to outlive his prognosis for the sake of his young daughters and to help other men avoid his fate.
After his prostate cancer diagnosis, Keith Gillham set out on a 56-mile walk from his home to our offices to raise money and awareness of the disease. Now with Walk to Work Day this Friday, he wants everyone to take up the challenge of a fundraising walk and show their support for men like him.
While Leicester City's Jamie Vardy was scoring for England against Germany last March, it was a lesser-known James Vardy whose name was on the lips of Jeff Stelling and his Sky Sports colleagues, as he joined them on the Men United March. He tells us why he's walking with Jeff again this year, how his involvement led him to get his own health checked, and the perils of errant Twitter followers every time Jamie Vardy scores.
For many men, the side effects of prostate cancer treatment can be as daunting as the disease itself. Wildlife photographer Gary tells us how the shock of his diagnosis was compounded by fears of incontinence after having surgery, and what he did to give himself the best chance of preventing it.
Last Valentine's Day, Janet Daykin told us about a short but extraordinary walk for a romantic meal with her late husband, which meant so much to them before he died of advanced prostate cancer. She explains why she now wants to do another emotionally-charged walk on our March for Men in June.
It was fellow Sky Sports presenter Bill Arthur's brush with prostate cancer that inspired Jeff Stelling to take up his original multi-marathon march for Prostate Cancer UK. The rugby league-reporting stalwart tells us why he's proud to be joining his friend and a whole host of other sporting legends once again for this year's March for Men.
A year ago, Kurt Jewson crashed our website after a selfie he shared on Facebook went viral. He tells us what happened in the whirlwind of media attention that followed, and how he hopes recent treatment could finally leave him cancer-free.
A man-shaped pin-badge has graced the lapel of almost every football manager and Sky Sports pundit in recent years. Now the same 'Man of Men' logo appears in the squad number on all EFL players' shirts. But just who is the man and what's it all about? We explain all and speak to Preston North End manager Simon Grayson about his moving reasons for wearing the badge.
Boxer David Haye, Chuka Umunna MP and Olympic medallist Linford Christie are among the black celebrities leading the charge in a major new awareness drive by Prostate Cancer UK to alert black men about their increased risk of the most common cancer in men.
Super-volunteer Mark Vosper has cumulatively travelled half-way around the globe, raising funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK as a Men United Match Day volunteer. We find out why he does it.