Here at Prostate Cancer Research we are determined to provide a better future for people affected by prostate cancer. We fund world-class scientists and their pioneering research into prostate cancer, working towards new breakthrough treatments.

Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer

PCR launches a new project at Clark Atlanta University to investigate how the immune system contributes to racial disparities in prostate cancer.

Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer

We support bold science, backed by patients, to keep our research both cutting-edge and relevant. Patients give feedback directly to scientists so that they can understand, learn and modify their research so that what they do in a lab will make a difference to patients.

Over the past four years, we have expanded our research five-fold, notwithstanding the COVID-19 pandemics and lockdowns, in which we were the only charity not to cut a single research project or budget, and been shortlisted for an impact award. We are endlessly striving for patient benefit. Having expanded so exponentially in the UK, we are now launching in the US so that even more people affected by prostate cancer can benefit from what we do and so that we can bring the brightest minds on both sides of the Atlantic together to accelerate innovation.

Treating Prostate Cancer

Looking for information about prostate cancer can be confusing and overwhelming, so we put together a question and answer booklet for people affected by prostate cancer.

Patient Booklet

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You can support our vital research by creating your own fundraisers!

Simply choose either our Facebook page to easily donate or set up a fundraiser and raise as much as you can. All the money you raise will go towards funding our life-changing research!

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Never underestimate the power of sitting in a doctors room with someone you love who is fighting cancer and hearing the words 'there is a new type of treatment available'.

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