We campaign for men with prostate cancer to receive the best treatment and care wherever they live in the UK, based on the latest evidence.
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We're fighting for better treatments, diagnosis, support and prevention.
Our explanation of the difficulties surrounding medications access in the event of a no-deal Brexit, and what we're doing to work with Government.
Working together, we've produced a manifesto outlining our combined priorities for the future of cancer care.
What Prostate Cancer UK is doing to support men with their prostate cancer treatment during the COVID-19 outbreak
We want all eligible men across the UK to be offered active surveillance to the highest standards.
Results from the ground breaking research study – PROMIS – show that giving a man an mpMRI scan before biopsy can radically improve the accuracy of prostate cancer diagnosis.
Prostate Cancer UK has developed a ‘Diagnostic Demand Model’ which enables users to estimate future diagnostic radiology services need for prostate cancer over the next 10 years.
TrueNTH is a global initiative, led by the Movember Foundation, tackling critical areas of prostate cancer care.
We want every man with prostate cancer – or at risk of it - to have access to the same high-quality diagnosis, treatment and care.
Our guide for decision makers to help them develop a strategic plan for clinical nurse specialists in prostate cancer care.
Read our guidelines to improve the use of the PSA test by GPs in men without symptoms.
Are the right support services available in your area? If they aren't, we've got a way for you to help.
Proton beam therapy is a relatively new type of radiotherapy that uses tiny, high energy particles, so-called ‘protons’ to target and kill cancer cells.
We've teamed up with the Movember Foundation for pioneering research on health outcomes.
All too often men with prostate cancer are being denied access to new and innovative drugs and treatments. We're working to change this. Find out about our specific drug campaigns here.
We wanted to make sure that information on these common, debilitating conditions was available to health professionals, so we produced guidelines.
We've been working to make sure all UK nations are recording cancer patients’ experience of treatment - information which is key to addressing any issues with care.
Find out what we’ve been doing to get better standards of care into working practice via government cancer strategies across the UK.
Find out about our work to get quality standards of care in place for men with prostate cancer.
Our policy on transperineal prostate biopsy (TP).
Find out about our work advocating that all men with prostate cancer should have access to a CNS, and how you can get involved.
Building on the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Institute, we funded 59 health professionals based in the NHS and other health organisations to test new or innovative models of care to support men living with and beyond prostate cancer.
In January 2014, we commissioned some qualitative research to find out more about the types of wellbeing services that are available to men with prostate cancer. Here's what we found.
Our study of the public’s knowledge of, awareness of and attitudes towards health, prostate cancer and Prostate Cancer UK.
During June and July 2014, we surveyed the specialist nursing workforce caring for men with prostate cancer across the UK. Here's what we found.
We are working with NHS England to consider how men with lower risk localised prostate cancer can be given more time to consider the best treatment option for them.