Transform the care for men with prostate cancer
Every year over 40,000 men are diagnosed, and 10,000 men die
from prostate cancer. It is estimated that by 2030, prostate cancer
will be the most common cancer in the UK.
To address this huge challenge and to ensure that men receive
the best support, Prostate Cancer UK is now inviting expressions of
interest from NHS and other health organisations to receive funding
for specialist health and social care professional roles.
Find out more and get
Help us raise awareness
Prostate cancer is predicted to be the most common cancer by
2030, yet two out of three adults don't know what the prostate
does. We need to change this. From displaying materials
to holding an event, you can help us spread the
Help raise money
There are many ways you can raise vital funds to help us continue our
fight against prostate cancer. The money will go towards Prostate
- Research programme
- Support and information services
- Campaigns to improve services for men with prostate cancer
Share your expertise
There is a wide range of ways that you can share your knowledge
and experience to inform our work supporting men, from taking part
in our campaigns to piloting new improvement projects. If you are
interested in reviewing the information we provide for men, being
part of one of our expert advisory groups or any of our many other
activities please get in touch with us.
Email us to tell us about
your interests and how you can help.