Andrew Richardson was diagnosed during the pandemic and was treated early, saving his life. Now he wants to help make sure the men in your life know their risk.
Today is World Cancer Day, and we’re teaming up with Breast Cancer Now to celebrate those who give us emotional support during the hardest times.
This powerful short documentary celebrates a magical sportsman, cricket legend Bob Willis, and his wife Lauren's fight for better tests and treatments for men like Bob across the UK.
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.
The lockdown restrictions failed to dampen the spirit of our most active supporters this year. Next year will be no different.
You can help men like David, who struggled with being apart from his family during lockdown after his cancer had returned.
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.
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.
Lauren Clark,, the wife of cricket legend Bob Willis, leads a fundraising charge for Prostate Cancer UK calling for better tests.