Gap for Black men closed and help needed

A new programme to close the gap for Black men with PCa was announced by Prostate Cancer Research in August. See more here And Participants aged 18+ are needed to examine how Black men use recorded music/song choices to process the impact of their PCa. The study also seeks to enable the future development of culturally appropriate peer support groups for psychosocial help using music. Tackle Director Alphonso Archer, a music therapy master’s student at the UWE, will conduct the research online. This should take about 60-90 minutes to complete in the form of a semi-structured interview. To find out more and to participate go here, And In partnership with Movember, Prostate Cancer UK is funding a study to help find out why Black men are at higher risk of PCa than other ethnic groups. More here  And Prostate Cancer Research announced an initial £875k investment in finding answers to Black men’s higher risks of diagnosis and death. Black men are twice as likely to get PCa and 2.5 times more likely to die from it than White men. Five new projects launched to specifically tackle this inequity. More here