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  • Calling all Beard Growers - we are asking all men, everywhere, to ditch their razor on 1 October and grow a beard for our OctoBeardFest Appeal.  All funds raised will support Prof Pandha's research team. Watch our new animated movie which explains the story behind our campaign.
  • The Chairs of the RSCH Board and the Prostate Project have made the following statement regarding the proposed development of the Urology Centre.  Read more
  • A shock announcement has been made about the Urology Centre which we have worked so hard to raise £1.6m towards the build.  A financial deficit of £11m this year has forced the Royal Surrey County Hospital to make a U-Turn over the build and all work has been halted on the Centre. We are preparing to launch a rescue appeal, backed by patron Michael Buerk. Read more  
  • We are delighted to announce that we have been chosen as the Captain’s charity at Chobham Golf Club and Hankley Common Golf Club, as well as the Lady Captain's charity at The Drift Golf Club in East Horsley.
  • Engrailed-2 (EN2) as a potential biomarker test for the diagnosis of prostate cancer:  Prof Pandha has ethical approval to commence a large clinical study (called PROCURE) which, if successful, we hope will allow us to move EN2 urine test into the clinic for routine clinical use. However, at the moment, EN2 is a research concept and not a test that can be ordered or purchased. We hope to complete the clinical trial in summer 2016.  Read more ...
  • The Prostate Project is delighted to announce the Data Mining project, fascinating research with the potential to transform diagnosis and treatment. Please give it your generous support and let your friends know too. For more details please visit https://theprostatecancerproject.net or get in touch at datamining@theprostatecancerproject.net

In the News:

  • Prostate cancer has become the biggest cancer killer of men. It kills one man every hour
  • Each year over 40,000 men in the UK are told they have prostate cancer and more than 11,000 die of the disease
  • Worldwide numbers are staggering. Each year over a million men are diagnosed with prostate cancer and more than 300,000 die from it
  • Cancer of the prostate can be treated effectively even if it has spread beyond the gland but the disease must be caught early to achieve excellent cure rates
  • It is vital that men over 50 are aware of the potential problem and consult their GP routinely
  • ​Every man over 50 has the legal right, by Act of Parliament, to a PSA test

What You Should Know:

OUR ADMIN COSTS ARE BELOW 4%.  96 PENCE OF EVERY POUND YOU DONATE WILL GO TO THE POINT OF NEED.

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