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Prostate Cancer UK
01/17/2017 at 17:57. Facebook
We’re at the launch event for Stronger Knowing More, where we’ll be calling on influential members of the black community to pledge their support and help spread the word.

Prostate Cancer UK
01/17/2017 at 10:44. Facebook
Watch the emotional moment Errol McKellar sees his Stronger Knowing More campaign poster on BBC Radio 5 Live for the first time and hear from David Haye on why black men are reluctant to talk about their increased risk of prostate cancer...

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Prostate Cancer UK
yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
Don’t wait for early warning signs.

If you’re a black man over 45, now’s the time to find out about the increased risk you face.

➡ prostatecanceruk.org/strongerknowingmore
Prostate Cancer UK
yesterday at 12:13. Facebook
Prostate Cancer UK
yesterday at 12:06. Facebook
Black men face a higher risk of prostate cancer. Share to spread the word. Take back control.

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Prostate Cancer UK
01/13/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Football fans are known for their dedication, traveling miles to watch their beloved team play. But for super-volunteer Mark Vosper, it's our Men United Match Days that he follows around the country most weekends, cumulatively journeying half-way round the globe to help raise funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.

12,000 miles with a bucket: the football fundraiser who's travelled to 64 matches

Prostate Cancer UK
01/12/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Black men face a higher risk of prostate cancer. It’s time to confront it.

See more from Benjamin Zephaniah and others Monday…
3 men
1 rickshaw

Watch the story so far as longtime supporters Adam Clark, Carl Nicholson, Michael Miller take on the Rickshaw Run in India to raise a whopping £15,000 to help stop prostate cancer being a killer.

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Part 1, Rickshaw Run India 2017

3 idiots travelling across India raising money and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.

Good luck to Martin 'Wolfie' Adams as he kicks off his BDO Darts World Championship challenge on Channel 4 today!

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Martin Adams wants to become BDO Darts World Champion after cancer battle

They may go head to head in The Emirates FA Cup third round today but they will always be #menunited

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We did some pretty amazing things in 2016, but we couldn't have done it without you.

Happy New Year from everyone at Prostate Cancer UK - here's to 2017!
And our 5 Premier League "Man of Men" badge wearing managers at the top of our league are: Eddie Howe, Mark Hughes, Aitor Karanka, Ronald Koeman and Tony Pulis.

See you next year guys!
Our top 5 EFL "Man of Men" badge wearing managers of 2016 are: Chris, Dean, Phillip, Rafa & Simon - thanks for all your support this season.
As we look forward to 2017, here's 10 exciting breakthroughs that were made in 2016...

What a difference a year in research makes

Mascots are never "out of order" as far as we're concerned. We've had mascots walking, running and cycling raising thousands to stop prostate cancer being a killer.

Today we recognise Harry & mascots everywhere for their great work for charity and in the community!
The festive period can be a tiring time, all the more so if you’ve had treatment for or are facing prostate cancer – but our nurse-led Fatigue support service could help you.

Delivered over 10 weeks and five phone calls, a Specialist Nurse will support you to better manage fatigue and get back on track. Call us on 0800 074 8383 to find out more.

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With the World Championship in full swing, there's only one man we'd want stepping up to the oche to fight prostate cancer...

Darts ace Wolfie takes aim at prostate cancer in new partnership with sport

2015/16 was the first year of our new 10-year strategy to tame prostate cancer. Thanks to your support we funded over £3million of research last year into better treatments, better diagnosis and better prevention.

Read our new Research Review to find out what ground-breaking steps you've helped us take.

Research review 2015-16

Thank you to football fans everywhere for helping stop prostate cancer being a killer this year. Enjoy the Boxing Day footy!
Merry Christmas from everyone at Prostate Cancer UK!

Thank you for all your support in 2016 - we couldn't do it without you.