Kathy’s family lives in the shadow of prostate cancer.

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When Kathy’s oldest brother Frank was diagnosed with prostate cancer, she was shocked. There was no known history of it in her family and her brothers had routine check-ups, which had always come back clear.

Then, one by one, all four of her brothers were diagnosed.

Since then, two of Kathy’s nephews have also been told they have prostate cancer. Kathy has sons of her own, and she’s worried they’ll be next.

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This Christmas, we’re facing a huge funding shortfall. Prostate cancer research is at serious risk, and that means men’s lives are at risk too.

But a gift from you today can help researchers discover which genes put men at most risk so we can better detect prostate cancer.

You can help us uncover what triggers prostate cancer, why it spreads, and how we can use genetics to develop more targeted treatments.

Most of all, you can give families the greatest gift of all: more time together.

Please, make your Christmas donation now and help save lives.