Nick Butter becomes the first person to run a marathon in every country in the world - and helps to stop prostate cancer being a killer while he's at it.
The Prostate Cancer UK Man Of Men badge has become an icon of hope for thousands of people across the UK - but we know it means many different things to many different people. We spoke to supporters, staff, nurses and the England coach about what the badge means to them.
Vinnie Jones joins the fight against prostate cancer as the Vanarama National League becomes MANarama, with over a month of activity in football clubs across the country.
Today the message 'Men, we are with you' spreads far and wide as a host of celebrities join the fight against prostate cancer, revealing their own experiences of the disease.
With the start of the new season fast approaching, we take a look back at how football has helped us champion the support of fans everywhere, raising significant funds and awareness of prostate cancer.
This June our annual March for Men walking events saw more than 7,000 people come together to show their support in the fight against prostate cancer.
When Jerry was diagnosed and treated for prostate cancer, his colleagues at TK Maxx leapt to support him through his recovery and last year took on three March for Men events in Liverpool, Bristol and Nottingham.
Alexander Armstrong and Ashley Banjo joining forces again to recruit a brand new line-up of celebrities to take to the stage and bare all in the iconic Full Monty strip to help raise awareness of male cancers.
In the last year, the golfing community raised over £700,000 to help us beat prostate cancer, here we meet just a few of our supporters.
Keith Smith was diagnosed with prostate cancer after coming across football manager Chris Powell's work to raise awareness and now they meet for the first time.