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This researcher’s grandfather was diagnosed with prostate cancer while she worked from home during lockdown.

8 Jan 2021

We spoke to Dr. Jennifer Munkley to hear how her work has been affected by the pandemic and how you can help save the lives of men like her Grandpa, with a gift in your Will.

We marched, ran and cycled through 2020’s obstacles to raise over £1m! It's all eyes on 2021.

22 Dec 2020

The lockdown restrictions failed to dampen the spirit of our most active supporters this year. Next year will be no different.

This Christmas, you can help give men the cures they deserve.

3 Nov 2020

You can help men like David, who struggled with being apart from his family during lockdown after his cancer had returned.

Black men are twice as likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer. Help us find out why.

9 Oct 2020

1 in 4 black men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime, double the 1 in 8 risk faced by all men. We don’t know why, but you can help us find out.

Thank you for helping 67,199 men at higher risk of prostate cancer to speak to their doctor.

2 Oct 2020

Our campaign to find men at higher risk is off to an incredible start thanks to you. But we must keep up momentum over the coming months.

‘I want Bob to have a legacy’: family of cricket legend Willis lead fundraising drive in his memory

23 Sep 2020

Lauren Clark,, the wife of cricket legend Bob Willis, leads a fundraising charge for Prostate Cancer UK calling for better tests.

“I want to help save lives, like you saved mine”. Four men thank others for encouraging them to speak to their doctor.

16 Sep 2020

These men are sharing their stories to pass on knowledge that can save lives, and they want you to join them.

Ken Hom OBE: “We leave this world with nothing, so give! It’s only good karma.”

3 Sep 2020

Celebrity chef Ken Hom MBE shares his story of prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment.

“I have tremendous pride in what dad did for me” – Soccer Saturday’s Charlie Nicholas 

21 Aug 2020

The Sky football pundit and former Scotland international player pays tribute to his late father.

“If I can do it, anyone can.” Steve takes on Cycle the Month to say thank you.

16 Jul 2020

Diagnosed with prostate cancer at just 49, The Halesowen-based casual cyclist is now turning his lockdown leisure into a way to give back, as he joins Cycle The Month this August.