Prostate cancer is a reality for many males. It is the most common cancer diagnosed in Australian men, accounting for around 33% of all new cancers in 2008.
Australian Prostate Cancer (APC) was established to help reduce the impact of this disease on Australian men and their families. APC is proud to support first-class medical research into prostate cancer undertaken at the Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research (BHI) and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in South Australia.
With the generous support of our donors, APC is not only helping in the fight against prostate cancer through research into better detection methods and improved patient therapies, it is also focused on research that seeks to prevent the deadly spread of the disease.