Men from black and ethnic minority communities are at higher risk of getting prostate cancer according to Prostate Cancer UK.Read the full story ›
According to Prostate Cancer UK most men with early prostate cancer don’t have any signs or symptoms.Read the full story ›
A new scanner at Derriford Hospital to improve the diagnosis of prostate cancer, the most common form of the disease in men.Read the full story ›
A man from Cornwall with prostate cancer has posted two photos sharing his journey to raise awareness about the disease.Read the full story ›
Peter Breslin, who has prostate cancer, talks one-to-one with men who have recently been given the bad newsRead the full story ›
A man from Helston in Cornwall has posted a powerful image of himself on Facebook to raise awareness of prostate cancer.Read the full story ›
A survivor of prostate cancer from Exeter is backing an ITV campaign to encourage men to look for early symptoms.
66-year-old Eddie Booth is back to full fitness after beating the disease.
ITV's Lorraine programme is running a male cancer awareness campaign.
Eddie says he owes his recovery to spotting the signs early.
A pioneering scheme in the South West to treat patients with prostate cancer at home has been so successful it is being rolled out across the country.
It may also be adopted for patients with other forms of cancer.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports:-
A pioneering scheme in the south west to treat patients with prostate cancer at home has been so successful it's being rolled out across the country.
One of the patients in the trial, 75-year old Ken Andrews, says it's made a huge difference to his treatment.
A man living with incurable prostate cancer says he's been given 'a second lease of life' after taking part in successful trials for a new cancer drug in Bristol.
It was offered to 15 patients at Bristol's Haemotology and Oncology Centre, in a global trial that could now see it approved for use across the country.