Funding research to increase survival and find a cure for men with advanced prostate cancer
People affected by prostate cancer are at the heart of everything we do.
Your hub for all of our patient information, from treatment information to real-life experiences, how you can get involved in our work, to clinical trials.
We are committed to ensuring our work and research is informed by the people it matters most to – people affected by prostate cancer. You can help us decide what projects to fund, meet our scientists, share your story, and more.
It’s common to be confused about PSA: what it is, what your PSA level means, whether you should have a PSA test and where you can get one. Read our article for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about this test.
In March we will launch the first phase of our new patient education and information tool, provisionally called "The Infopool". Using this tool patients will be able to find out about potential future developments in prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment and participate in a short survey and/or patient panel. The aim of this research is to help make sure that future clinical trials are designed with you in mind.
This booklet is for anyone affected by prostate cancer to learn more about the disease and its treatments. Medically fact-checked with the most up-to-date information, it has also been reviewed by prostate cancer patients to ensure it is easy to understand. It is fully illustrated and includes suggested questions to ask your care team.
You can download the booklet below or order a free copy by post here. We also supply bulk orders to hospitals and GPs.