We have a simple ambition - to fund the research that will one day stop men dying from prostate cancer.
We believe that the involvement of lay representatives significantly improves the quality and outcomes of all types of research. Lay representatives are people who have been directly affected by prostate cancer, whether they’ve been diagnosed themselves, or are the family or friend of a patient. Because of their personal experiences of prostate cancer, they are uniquely placed to help shape and deliver your research, adding value at all stages of the research cycle.
We encourage all proposals submitted to us to have lay representatives on board, and this will be taken into consideration by our committees and reviewers.