Last year, our Specialist Nurses had their biggest year yet. According to their recent annual report, they had 13,000 contacts from people concerned about prostate cancer. And with Movember in full swing, now is a good time to highlight the hairy relationship that last year helped our nurses reach more men than ever.
BLOG: The revolutionary ADRRAD trial turns conventional thinking about advanced prostate cancer on its head, attempting to overcome a disease that's considered terminal. Dr Sophie Lutter looks behind the scenes at what makes this such a game-changing enterprise and why it represents the perfect dance between medicine and science.
Our £1.5m of Movember Foundation Translational Awards will ensure four groundbreaking projects make it through the labs and into clinical trials.
Meet the vital clinical staff we fund, with support from Movember, to help smooth and improve the process of treatment for men with prostate cancer.
It's almost a year since our Movember Centres of Excellence opened their doors for business. Here’s a roundup of what's happened so far.
The latest from a recent summit of True NTH, the largest ever global investment in improving life for men with prostate cancer led by the Movember Foundation.
30,000 men with prostate cancer in England today received a questionnaire for a new study into the impact of the disease on their life and wellbeing.
Chief Executive Owen Sharp is leaving Prostate Cancer UK after four and a half years at the helm.
This month, together with the Movember Foundation, we’re announcing over £2 million of funding for innovative and exciting research projects that we believe will one day help improve the lives of men with prostate cancer. These awards aim to help get established and promising projects get over the line and give scientists with innovative ideas a head start. Find out more.
BLOG: The amount of prostate cancer research we’ve been able to fund has increased massively over the last few years, thanks in no small part to support from the Movember Foundation. And we’re not the only ones to appreciate this – the researchers we’ve funded have also been incredibly enthusiastic in showing their support by raising funds for the campaign. Sophie Lutter looks at some highlights from this Movember.