Following Theresa May’s announcement this week of £75 million funding for research into prostate cancer, Ian le Guillou takes a look at how government and charity funding work together and how your efforts to support research are critical to secure the big bucks needed for major breakthroughs.
Burton Menswear have announced their support to our March for Men walking series this summer, in a bid to help stop men dying from prostate cancer.
New research backed by us and the Movember Foundation has shown that a type of ultrasound scan, which can detect the stiffness of the prostate, may be able to spot aggressive cancer.
The country's national body for the fast-growing sport will help raise funds and awareness of the most common cancer in men, after naming us as their official charity partner.
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We've got 168 heroes running for us in the London Marathon on Sunday, all of them with very personal reasons for wanting to help us beat the most common cancer in men. We find out who will be on the minds of six of them as they push themselves over 26 gruelling miles.
An international group of researchers has identified dozens more genes that are potentially involved in the growth of prostate cancer. This could lead to new ways of treating the disease.
"They say a picture paints a thousand words. This one captures the fear, anxiety, stress, worry and relief from a battle with prostate cancer, and making it through the other side to walk your daughter up the aisle." Find out why Debra Telford and her family will be Marching for Men again this summer.
The UK's former race relations chief joins Southend United's manager as part of a four-man team running to highlight black men's one-in-four risk of prostate cancer – double that of white men. We find out their personal reasons for getting involved and the taboos they hope to challenge among their peers.
The Prime Minister is making the biggest prostate cancer funding announcement we have seen – a move we hope will make a significant contribution to our bid to stop prostate cancer taking lives.