I started this Blog after being diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in 2010. It was a way of keeping family and friends informed. It then became a campaigning tool helping to make improvements in hospitals nationally. In 2013 we moved to Johannesburg, setting up our own e-education company. Now we have moved to Bangkok, where we will work and tour the Far East. After surgery 5 years ago my PSA remains at zero, the cancer has gone, and I remain thankful.
After the Government’s Accelerated Access Review this week, we look at how the STAMPEDE trial could help herald the speedier adoption of new treatments by hospitals, and hear of the terrible human costs of delays in making early chemotherapy available to men with advanced prostate cancer.
More than 9,000 people are expected to be dealing their cards and donating their winnings as part of our Lads Night In poker fundraiser on 25 September. While it's all about having fun with your mates, for three game organisers – including former footballer Robbie Savage – there are more serious reasons for playing.
After another obscenely expensive football transfer window closes, we showcase the five new PhD students we've signed to Men United for just £500k, who will help continue our vital research into prostate cancer in labs across the UK.