New research suggests the adoption of new ways to treat and diagnose prostate cancer will reflected in a significant drop in death rate from the disease.
Matt Le Tissier joins the Big Golf Race to support prostate cancer research.
Research labs were closed, men had their treatments delayed, and much of our activity grinded to a halt, but prostate cancer didn’t, so neither did we.
The most exciting new developments from the biggest cancer conference in the world.
Former PGA pro John Lines is using his passion for golf and his business to fund research in memory of his dad.
Diagnosed with prostate cancer at just 49, The Halesowen-based casual cyclist is now turning his lockdown leisure into a way to give back, as he joins Cycle The Month this August.
The Soccer Saturday boys are back, and although they’ve swapped the Sky Studios for their living rooms, their ‘Man of Men’ pin badges stay firmly pinned to their lapels.
We face a cancer crisis following the pandemic. A few minutes of your time could help to protect decades of prostate cancer research.
We condemn the NICE decision to reject abiraterone, limiting options for older men.