Prostate Cancer UK creates virtual Dedication wall for Father’s Day

June 18, 2020

To coincide with Father’s Day on Sunday, June 21, Prostate Cancer UK has created an online space for dedications and tributes to dads and father figures.

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Distress in men following prostate cancer can be reduced

Besi Besemar May 1, 2018

A new web-based support programme will help reduce the psychological stress that impacts men who are recovering from prostate cancer. The new programme, developed by researchers at the University of Surrey working alongside NHS clinicians, offers online cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) sessions and both filmed and interactive peer support to survivors of the disease. Prostate cancer is the UK’s most common cancer in men with over 47,000 cases diagnosed annually.

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INTERVIEW: Mark Foster talks swimming, eating and his Go Dad Runs

Paul Gustafson June 1, 2017

Mark Foster burst on to the international swimming scene at the age of 16. He went on to represent his country at the highest level for 23 years and is Britain’s most decorated male swimmer. Since retiring from swimming Mark has become a familiar face on television and a household name. He is a successful motivational speaker, business man and male model, but he is also a founder and face behind the charity ‘Go Dad Run’, which comes to Hove Park on 25 June to raise funds and awareness for men’s health causes.

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Essex Man’s Project Soaked Calendar 2016 launched

Besi Besemar August 9, 2015

Prostate Cancer UK’s Men United movement has revealed its new 2016 calendar showing 14 stunning models getting soaked in aid of the charity. Protographer, Mark Lister from Romford in Essex is hoping to raise £10,000 from the sale of the A3 Project Soaked calendar.

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