Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. There are over 400,000 living with the disease in the UK – and that statistic is only set to rise.
As a British menswear company, Moss Bros. is making a stand against this stat as we believe men are worth saving. That’s why we’re continuing to support Prostate Cancer UK and, over the past two years, have already raised over £20,000 to help improve diagnosis, treatment, prevention and support for men with prostate cancer.
But a man is still dying from prostate cancer every 45 minutes. That’s dads, sons, grandads, uncles, nephews, mates and loved ones. The fight against one of the UK’s biggest killers isn’t over yet. We’re going to continue working hard to raise vital funds for Prostate Cancer UK and keep conversations about prostate cancer going with our staff and customers to help raise awareness and save men’s lives. Keep an eye on our social channels for more as it happens. We’ll also stock Prostate Cancer UK’s badges in our stores. Pick one up and join us in saying “men, we are with you”.
Prostate Cancer UK’s logo is made up of 77 familiar icons that you’ll see in everyday life, from toilet doors and building sites to road signs and libraries. But it means more than that. To Prostate Cancer UK and its supporters, the logo badges represent everyone who wants to stop prostate cancer being a killer and the men we’re doing it for. They’re the fathers, brothers, uncles, husbands, partners, mates and granddads living with prostate cancer and those who have died from the disease.
Want to join us in the fight against prostate cancer? Take a picture wearing the Prostate Cancer UK badge with your Moss Bros. finest, share it with #menwearewithyou and tell the world you think men are worth fighting for too.
If you have a concern about prostate cancer or prostate problems, Prostate Cancer UK’s Specialist Nurses can provide a wealth of information and support so you can choose the services that work for you. Give them a call on 0800 074 8383, chat to them online or visit prostatecanceruk.org for more information.