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.
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.
"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.
BLOG: After Theresa May’s announcement of £75 million for prostate cancer research, Ian le Guillou looks at how government and charity funding work together and how your support is critical to bag the big bucks needed for major breakthroughs.
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.
A new research project, grant funded by us as part of our £2.7 million Research Innovation Awards scheme announced last month is trying to find new ways to stop cancer spreading to bones.
Ahead of the first golf major of 2018, prostate cancer survivor and editor at large of Golf Monthly magazine, Bill Elliott, tells us that the US Masters will be the most open competition in years, and explains why he’s hosting our annual golf day at The Berkshire this April.
Hormone therapy is a treatment that controls rather than cures prostate cancer that has spread, so we’re often asked what’s next if it stops working so well. Our Specialist Nurse, Patricia, looks at the options.
Last year, Wayne Sleep and Danny John-Jules prepared to bare all for us in one the biggest TV hits of 2017. Tonight, a fresh group of celebrity men will learn a new super-sized version of the sexy Full Monty routine from scratch before stripping fully to raise awareness and funds for cancer charities.
We've printed a million booklets, reached millions of passengers with our life-saving messages and given awareness talks to thousands of employees, all thanks to the generosity and support of the bus and rail operator over the last three years.