We have a bold ambition: to stop prostate cancer limiting men's lives. And it’s through funding research that we will make this happen.
This goal is underpinned by our research strategy, which sets out how we invest in the most innovative ideas to accelerate improvements for men. Specifically, we focus on funding research in three key areas: better diagnosis, better treatments and smarter data. By tackling these areas, we can make the biggest impact to men with, or at risk of, prostate cancer.
Our clinical research
Our clinical trials have already helped make significant advances in clinical practice, for example contributing to the evidence that proved a new imaging technology, called mpMRI, could be used to transform prostate cancer diagnosis. And we’ve got many more where that came from.
On the map below, you can find all our clinical studies that are open for recruitment. If you’d like to find out more about any of these studies, follow the link to the dedicated page. And if you’re interested in taking part in any of our funded trials, speak to your medical team, or contact our Specialist Nurses on 0800 074 8383 for more information on what it means to be part of a clinical trial.
We try to keep this map as up to date as possible, but there may be times when some of the marked recruitment sites are no longer open. Speak to your medical team, or our Specialist Nurses, for the most up to date information on the trials that may be suitable for you.
Learn more about our clinical research
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