This bright blue and orange Vanarama X Prostate Cancer UK match ball is the first time ever a one-off ball has been used in a Non-League fixture, and it's emblazoned with messages from four Prostate Cancer UK legends.
Ahead of tonight's documentary we spoke to our ambassador Bill Turnbull about diagnosis, chemotherapy and the Turnbull/Fry effect.
The complexity of innovative lab research can mean it's a difficult thing to visualise. So our photo competition aimed to see through the eyes of the researchers themselves.
Now speed demon Don Wales wants to use the sport to fight prostate cancer, and he wants you to join him.
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.
Today, results released at the ESMO 2019 conference in Barcelona showed targeted breast and ovarian cancer drug olaparib could slow the progression of advanced prostate cancer. Find out how these advances are set to transform men’s lives.
Rob is a seriously good goalkeeper and a clinical nurse specialist who found out he had prostate cancer a few months ago. He spoke to us about how his expertise helped him calm his family's worries, and how walking football helped him feel himself again (while earning some international caps).
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.