Prostate cancer #outoftheblue
April 2nd 2012
Last month, we welcomed a visit from the Chief
Executive of the Prostate Cancer Charity, a switched on charity
focusing on raising awareness of and providing support for prostate
Unbeknown to many, prostate cancer is actually the most common
cancer in men and as I write this, 250,000 men are living with
it. March was prostate cancer awareness month, so the
charity has been working hard to get it on the radar of individuals
across the UK, so symptoms are no longer ignored.
The visit was an opportunity for us to talk through what we are
both seeing from our different organisations and how we can work
together to help our patients and victims of the disease.
Despite us running our own charity, which relies solely on its
loyal fundraisers, we are open to working with other charities
towards a common goal of improving patient care, treatment and
support around cancer. At the end of the day, the more
support out there for people with cancer the better.
Charities and cancer experts would be mad not to work
together. After all, if we're all aiming for a future
without cancer - surely that would be more easily achieved side by
side other organisations with a positive collaborative
If you're interested in finding out more, please follow
@TheProstateCC and look out for the hashtag #outoftheblue on
To find out more about our charity and how you can support us,
visit our website.
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