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Advancing cancer research to improve the detection, treatment and management of prostate cancer

Sadly, 1 in 6 Australian men will develop prostate cancer before age 85. Join us to stop this disease impacting men and their families.

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Fundraising for prostate cancer research and patient care is a fun, social and rewarding way to join the fight against prostate cancer.

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Is someone you love fighting prostate cancer and you’d like to honour them? Or perhaps you’d like to give in memory. Every donation makes an impact!

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Become a corporate or community partner of Australian Prostate Cancer. Align yourself with a worthy cause and support our mission towards a future free of prostate cancer.

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Let’s talk about prostate cancer.

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australian men.

But it’s not talked about nearly enough! Awareness of prostate cancer is essential as early detection can save lives.

Learn more about how prostate cancer develops and how it can be detected.

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Research is key to saving more men from prostate cancer.

We fund leading medical research into better detection methods and improved patient therapies, as well as research focused on preventing the deadly spread of the disease.

Our research is translational, which means that discoveries made in the labs are converted as quickly as possible into therapies to help save lives from prostate cancer.

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Channel 9 news presenter Will McDonald's battle against Prostate Cancer.

“I can’t exactly remember the words that came out of the doctor’s mouth but she kind of showed me the report and scan and said ‘these white spots here, they think are cancer’.

Will McDonald

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