A cancer-killing virus is among eight new research projects that we're funding this year, pushing our total spend on research above £50 million over the last 25 years. We take a closer look at each project and how they build on the work of previous years, getting us closer and closer to taming prostate cancer.
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.
BLOG: Last year we asked supporters to sign a petition for better access to mpMRI scans in Wales. Our Policy Manager, Tim Windle, gives an update on the progress made so far.
Men volunteering to take part in clinical trials are vital for improving treatments, including improving our understanding of the effects of hormone therapy.
When Nick was offered chemotherapy to treat his advanced prostate cancer, he decided to take a different approach, and signed up to take part in a clinical trial. Read about his experience and find out about trials we’re funding near you with our brand new clinical trials map.
The role of genetic testing in prostate cancer prediction is unclear. We explain why and what you should do if you're worried about your risk of prostate cancer.
This year’s March for Men will be bigger than ever, as we come to Belfast, Birmingham and Cardiff for the first time, and an old friend joins us for a four-nation marathon challenge.
After years of us campaigning, Northern Ireland's Department of Health says it's now likely to develop a strategy for the only Home Nation without one – and we're making sure prostate cancer is a key part of it.
Prostate Cancer UK appoints Dr David Montgomery to lead our research programme by bringing his experience in medicine and the pharmaceutical industry to help ensure that men get the benefits of breakthroughs in the lab as soon as possible.