About the charity The Prostate Project is a rapidly growing charity run by volunteers. In the past 15 years they have raised over £6 million and helped The Royal Surrey County Hospital achieve ‘Centre of Excellence’ status in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. Every hour in the UK three more men are diagnosed with prostate cancer and at least one will die of the disease. That’s about 32,000 diagnoses and 11,000 deaths each year. It is now the most common cancer to affect men. The Prostate Project mission is, and always will be, to give men a better chance of beating prostate cancer. As a result of Prostate Project’s work, and that of others around the world, men diagnosed today with prostate cancer are many times more likely to be cured, or at least have their lives significantly extended, than was the case 10 years ago.