We want everyone who's been affected by prostate cancer to join us at one of our March for Men events this year and walk with us to help stop prostate cancer being a killer.
Here, families who've already signed up to do our local walks share their reasons for marching for men this summer.
Raising awareness through Glasgow's March for Men
Marlene lost her father to prostate cancer only ten weeks after he was diagnosedMarlene's story
Putting life into perspective
Lloyd is determined to not to take anything for granted after his diagnosis with prostate cancer at the age of 43.Lloyd's story
Getting the word out there and helping others know their risk
Since losing her dad to prostate cancer in 2015, Nichola has been doing everything she can to raise awareness within her communityNichola's story
Marching to stop prostate cancer being a killer
Having been diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2009, Frank is now looking forward to walking his youngest daughter down the aisleFrank's story
You don't know what's going to hit you
Paula's dad didn't want to worry her by telling her he had been diagnosed with prostate cancerPaula's story