Eddy Newman

I have advanced prostate cancer it is in my bones.It is going to kill me.There is nothing i can do about it.I live a wonderful life.I owe this wonderful life to a total stranger KEITH CASS for his belief in what he does. He gave me hope when i had none. Showed me the way when i was lost.Turned alight on when i could not find my way out of a dark room.With my cancer i have walked up a mountain. Put pen to paper to tell my story. he did all this for me.

I was at the velindre today with Eddy and we saw Doctor Barber. He would like to read his story on prostrate cancer with Abiroterone, he gave a few reasons why. He appeared to be very interested that he had taken notes on his progress with the drug and what it had done for him.

I felt so proud that for the first time a high ranking doctor was interested in what he had written, I feel that the doctor would use it for the good of everyone in there fight with this cancer. Thank you for asking him to put it all down on paper, I know he can express his feelings and views in writing, he always keeps a diary.

Prostate cancer is the number one cancer among men and accounts for nearly one-third of all cancer cases in men.


The survival rate for prostate cancer is rising dramatically every year. When caught early, chances are good for a full recover. With new prostate cancer treatment protocols and earlier detection, there is much new hope for those diagnosed with this cancer.


We would like you to get involved and also hear your personal stories about prostate cancer, news, interesting links, and anything else you feel like talking about. No registration required!

Prostate Cancer Stats:


Prostate Cancer is the leading cancer in men in the UK


The number of Prostate Cancer deaths per day in the UK


The number of NEW Prostate Cancer cases diagnosed every day


% of men surviving 10 years + after cancer diagnosis

What are we looking to achieve:

To “RAISE THE AWARENESS” of Prostate Cancer in Wales. “EVERY MAN should have access to the treatment that is best for his cancer and his lifestyle.” Leaflets and booklets about Prostate Cancer need to be more readily available across Wales.

To provide A LINK to those seeking where to get ADVICE & GUIDANCE on Prostate Cancer as well as information on events and how to become involved, as the number of men needing care for Prostate Cancer is certain to rise in the next few years.

To improve and provide BETTER FACILITIES, information and meeting places for men and their families to discuss any queries they may have regarding their symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and lifestyle.

The PSA blood test should be at least offered as part of an annual health check for ALL men, it would then be the mans OWN choice as to whether he decides to have the health check offered to him.

If you are interested in supporting us, want to have a chat, find out more information or tell us about your experience / story….Then get in touch with us today.