Showing 10 articles tagged 'Nick Wright':
BLOG: “Am I speaking to Patrick Patterson?” a woman at the end of the telephone said.
BLOG: This summer Prostate Cancer UK is going on tour to reach Black men and make more people aware of the higher risk of prostate cancer. Nick Wright investigates why, what we're going to do and how you can get involved.
It is a shocking fact that 1 in 4 Black men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. We know that Black men, like most men, don’t really like talking about their health but it’s vital that they do. So to start conversations about prostate cancer that could save lives, we’re reaching out through a popular pastime: dominoes. Find out what happened at the first Men United dominoes tournament.
BLOG: When Don Geldard was diagnosed with advanced metastatic prostate cancer three years ago, there was no support group where he lived in Southport, West Lancashire. So he set up his own. Blogger, Nick Wright finds out how.
BLOG: Blogger Nick Wright meets volunteer Paul Foulkes and discovers how handing out prostate information led to a double act with fellow volunteer Denton Wilson.
BLOG: Blogger Nick Wright talks to George Hardy about the friendships he's made through our online community and the glue that holds them together.
BLOG: Over the last ten years Men United hero, Alan Taylor has been on a tireless drive to educate men and women in the north east about prostate cancer. Blogger Nick Wright talks to the man behind the mission and hears from the men who know him best. His friends.
BLOG: Nick Wright talks to Richard Auckland, who after being diagnosed with prostate cancer four years, wondered if he'd even make it to Christmas.
BLOG: October is Black History Month. This time last year we broke the news that 1 in 4 Black men will...
BLOG: At Prostate Cancer UK we work to meet men’s needs, wherever they are. In a recent blog I celebrated a...