Our 2019 local March for Men events have been and gone, but if you want to find out more about what’s happening in 2020, register your interest here. And if you need some added inspiration or want to relive moments from this year’s events, check out our photo galleries on Flickr.
The money raised from March for Men will go towards more pioneering research projects, including breakthroughs like this one headed up by Dr Alison Tree. Alison is working on a new form of radiotherapy that could keep cancer controlled for longer and reduce the need for chemotherapy. It has the potential to save many lives in the years to come. She says: “It’s only by doing more research that we can make things better for men. And this kind of research, which is in a new group of patients, can really make a difference to how we treat cancer patients in the future.”
To everyone who walked with us this year, thank you. We couldn’t do what we do without your support.
Prostate Cancer UK’s March for Men was a great experience and for me, very important. The event gave me time to reflect on my dad and his life. I also found comfort in meeting other people who have been affected by the disease. My message to anyone thinking about taking part in March for Men is to go out and march for someone that matters to you.