prostate cancer

Plymouth man takes on 300 miles of cycling in Cycle the Month: Choose Your Challenge for Prostate Cancer UK

This August, a Plymouth man has decided to go the extra mile – or 300 - and take part Prostate Cancer UK’s successful virtual cycling series, Cycle the Month: Choose Your Challenge , to raise money for the leading men’s health charity and awareness of the disease.

Steve Hill, 52, hoped to raise £1,800 by saddling up and hitting 300 miles this summer to help beat prostate cancer,...

A simple sign that could spell CANCER

Public Health England today (16 February 2016) launced a nationwide ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign with the aim of raising awareness of a key symptom for both bladder and kidney cancers – blood in pee.

Around 17,450 people in England are diagnosed with bladder or kidney cancer every year and around 7,600 people die annually. Blood in pee is a symptom in over half of bladder cancers and...

‘3 Blokes on their bikes’ face world’s largest timed cycle race

Every year, the world’s largest timed cycle race, the Cape Town Cycle Tour, takes place in South Africa around the breath-taking scenic Cape Peninsula and as many as 35,000 cyclists take part in the 109 Km (68m) event.

This year, Hein Scheffer, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development and Kevin Baber, Chief Operating Officer at Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, joined...