Rushed into hospital two years ago with a prostate infection, Rob Herrod didn’t know at the time this infection could be what saved his life. Continue reading
An exciting study is underway that could potentially lead to new treatments for metastatic prostate cancer (cancer that spreads around the body) at the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB).
Participating in an adventure rally of a lifetime, four mates from Queensland and Nuneaton in England, Dave Taylor, Ray Hobbs, Ryan Watts and Gavin Fulleylove spent two months driving over 17,000 kilometres for the Mongol Rally, raising vital funds and awareness for Australian Prostate Cancer (APC). Continue reading
A dedicated and passionate Professor Doug Brooks from the University of South Australia’s School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences is making inroads in prostate cancer research, which has the potential to improve the way men are managed when diagnosed with prostate cancer.
No one wants to imagine having cancer. A ‘positive’ (high) PSA result can have a distressing impact on patients and their families, causing unnecessary fear and worry – you may have experienced this personally. Even worse, a false negative can mean aggressive tumours are not caught early enough, which can be fatal.
Australian Prostate Cancer (APC), along with partner The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) is proud to provide $250,000 to enable the purchase of a 3D scanner set to revolutionise the way prostate cancer is diagnosed and treated. Continue reading
An exciting project set to explore a newly discovered pathway that could lead to new treatments for metastatic prostate cancer is now underway at the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB). Supported by Australian Prostate Cancer (APC), with partner The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF), this incredible, innovative research is set to save lives. Continue reading
Without your support, research into prostate cancer would not be possible! You can find out how 100% of your donations goes straight into prostate cancer research! Continue reading
A world-first finding from Associate Professor Zumin Shi determining the link between prostate cancer mortality and PSA velocity has been made possible thanks to the South Australian Prostate Cancer Clinical Outcome Collaborate (SA-PCCOC) database supported by Australian Prostate Cancer. Continue reading
It was by sheer coincidence that 60-year-old Paul Fennell remembered to book in his regular PSA test in early 2014. Paul was diagnosed with prostate cancer, luckily for him, his test proved to be life-saving.