We’re Proud to Support Prostate Cancer UK

The most reliable way to detect prostate cancer early enough to help save thousands of lives each year is a screening programme. Yet prostate cancer remains the most common cancer in the UK without one.

Help Prostate Cancer UK save even more lives through early diagnosis by entering our Surrey House Draw.

Save Lives Through Early Diagnosis

Save Lives Through Early Diagnosis Save Lives Through Early Diagnosis

Save Lives Through Early Diagnosis

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, sadly killing over 12,000 people every year in the UK. But prostate cancer is curable if found early.

Prostate Cancer UK’s vision is a world where no man dies from prostate cancer and every man at risk is invited for regular, safe, accurate tests that can aid in early detection.

By entering the Omaze Million Pound House Draw, Surrey, you’re helping to fund a groundbreaking research trial that will ultimately lead towards the first ever UK-wide prostate cancer screening programme.

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A Word From PROSTATE CANCER UK

A Word From PROSTATE CANCER UK A Word From PROSTATE CANCER UK

A Word From PROSTATE CANCER UK

“Shockingly 1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer and 1 man dies every 45 minutes from the disease. We’re striving for a world where no man dies from prostate cancer. Where every man at risk is invited for regular, safe, accurate tests that can spot prostate cancer early enough to cure it. That’s why we’re on a mission to make national screening a reality, and with the phenomenal support from Omaze we are getting considerably closer. Thank you to everyone at Omaze on behalf of Prostate Cancer UK and all those whose lives will be saved by the first ever UK-wide prostate cancer screening programme.”


Laura Kerby, Chief Executive at Prostate Cancer UK

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PROSTATE CANCER UK Ambassador

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PROSTATE CANCER UK Ambassador

“As a Black man over 45, I’d always been aware of my increased risk of prostate cancer. But when you get that diagnosis and hear the c-word, it’s a shock. Luckily, we caught it early and there's a low risk of it spreading any further. I know my story could have been very different though. 12,000 men die of prostate cancer every year in the UK, that's 12,000 men for whom the disease wasn't caught early enough. I'm incredibly passionate about supporting Prostate Cancer UK and Omaze in this campaign, as the funds raised will ultimately save men’s lives.”

Colin McFarlane, Actor and Prostate Cancer UK Ambassador

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