We are proud to work with the UK’s top scientists with a shared aim of reducing morbidity, increasing survival rates and improving quality of life for men with prostate cancer.
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Reducing prostate cancer disparities by inhibiting cell signalling and growth.
Identifying race specific variants, pathways, and genes that drive prostate cancer risk in Black men compared to White men.
Establishing the role of the immune system in racial disparities in prostate cancer
Investigating genetic differences to predict the risk of prostate cancer.
Examining the links between neighbourhood factors, PSA testing and prostate cancer mortality
Investigating the epigenetic evolution of prostate cancer
Developing a test to screen for prostate cancer
Early diagnosis of PROstate CANcer for Black men (PROCAN-B)
Targeting sugars to block prostate cancer spread
Investigating the link between fat and prostate cancer
Is your prostate cancer a tiger or a pussycat?
New approaches to hormone therapy to keep it working for longer
Investigating how prostate cancers become resistant to hormone therapy
Combining radiotherapy with other drugs to improve patient outcomes
Investigating why damaging the DNA inside cancer cells only works as a treatment for some prostate cancer patients
Developing a test to choose treatment for individual patients
Investigating the genetics behind the growth and spread of prostate cancer