New data shows prostate cancer is the most common cancer in the UK. Here's why it's not all bad news, and what we do next.
Martin wanted a way to share his experience and look after his mental health after prostate cancer treatment, so he set up is own support group.
Our response to new data showing prostate cancer deaths hit a record high of 12,000 in one year.
From quiz boffins to marchers and singers, these are the people using their passion to stop prostate cancer being a killer.
Thanks to you, 2019 was a phenomenal year for prostate cancer research breakthroughs. And with 15,356 contacts to our Specialist Nurses it was also our biggest ever year for our support services too.
Bill Turnbull, Chris Kamara, Ray Winstone and many more share a special message at our Carols Concert.
The last year saw the announcement of the world’s first precision medicine for prostate cancer and huge progress towards the development of a home urine test. Just some of the things that made 2019 one of the most innovative years in prostate cancer research history.
A prostate cancer urine test which has the potential to spot men with aggressive prostate cancer hit the headlines today. In partnership with Movember, we're funding the next stage of research to test this in a larger group of men.
This Christmas, we're trying to harness the power of the immune system to fight prostate cancer for the first time. We need your help to raise a million pounds to fund potentially ground-breaking research.
A new immunotherapy treatment was in the news today, after a recent clinical trial showed it could extend the lives of some men with very advanced prostate cancer for up to two years.