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For gay and bisexual men, prostate cancer, in particular, can be even more challenging than for their straight counterparts.
The current test for Prostate Cancer is known to be unreliable, so researchers are using nanotech to make detection “much more accurate”.
One of the major concerns for gay men who have had prostate surgery to remove the prostate gland is whether they can ever bottom again. The prostate is often referred […]
British actor and comedian Stephen Fry revealed on Friday he has been battling prostate cancer, adding that he was currently “fit and well”. The 60-year-old wrote on Twitter that over […]
In our latest podcast, prostate cancer survivor and information campaigner, Martin Wells revealed what happens after you are diagnosed with prostate cancer. 1) You might not even have any symptoms. […]
We spoke to doctors from The Online Clinic to seek advice on the most important symptoms for men to be on the lookout for. It can be hard to know […]
Prostate Cancer UK has teamed up with Opening Doors London to trial a new online discussion group for gay and bisexual men who have been affected by prostate cancer. The online […]
We look at one male cancer which touches the lives of at least one in eight men in the UK, Prostate cancer. With the help of Dr Gordon Muir, the […]
Banana and Cucumber star Andrew Hayden Smith is playing a DJ set tonight at Ku bar to celebrate the launch of a calendar of gay men getting soaked in aid […]
Scientists from the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and Addenbrooke’s Hospital have made the shocking discovery that there are five kinds of prostate cancer. The discovery of the five differing […]