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Welcome to the Surrey Masonic Charity Team

By |2023-03-29T12:13:45+00:00March 29th, 2023|Uncategorized|

We were delighted to welcome the Surrey Masonic Charity Team to the Stokes Centre for Urology at the Royal Surrey County Hospital last week. They wanted to find out more about the Prostate Project and our projects and initiatives to see if they can help and assist with future donations.  Our trustee and consultant urological oncologist,

Prostate Cancer Screening Programme – A must read for all men

By |2023-03-06T15:52:15+00:00March 6th, 2023|Uncategorized|

Prostate cancer diagnosis and the treatment pathway is developing all the time, and globally, there has been a shift in how scientists and clinicians are viewing the PSA test for symptomless men. This Report from Prostate Cancer UK highlights The European Commission call for prostate cancer screening in men up to 70 on the basis of

Thank you Yateley Lodge

By |2023-03-06T14:34:28+00:00March 6th, 2023|Home Page, News|

It was wonderful to welcome Charity Steward Richard Ward, and Worshipful Master Mike Steadman to the Stokes Centre for Urology recently. We were hugely grateful to be presented with a cheque for £1,250, money raised during Mike's year as Head of Yateley Lodge 9107. Richard explained that several Lodge members have experienced prostate cancer, and

Paul Jones & his Superstar Friends Shine at G Live

By |2023-02-06T15:01:50+00:00February 6th, 2023|Uncategorized|

Those lucky enough to snap up tickets were treated to two nights of spectacular music as Paul Jones and his Friends returned to G Live for their annual fundraiser in support of the Prostate Project.   ‘National Treasure’ Jools Holland, the wonderful Maddie Bell and multi-million selling songwriter and ‘chief Womble’ Mike Batt were among

Musical treat for patients

By |2022-11-02T09:12:03+00:00November 2nd, 2022|Home Page, News|

Cancer patients waiting in the Stokes Centre for Urology at the Royal Surrey County Hospital were entertained by the soothing sounds of the Kora, a West African musical instrument played by Rudy Green. Rudy's performance is part of an innovative project set up by staff in the Stokes Centre to provide a live music experience for patients waiting


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