Testicular cancer is a type of cancer that forms in one of the testicles and is the most common cancer in younger
men aged between 15 and 34 years in Ireland.
Prostate cancer is a slow growing, malignant cancer that develops in the walnut-sized prostate gland. The chance of developing prostate cancer
increases with age and a family history.
Bowel cancer (also known as colorectal cancer) is the second most common cancer in men, with one in ten men likely to be diagnosed with the
disease by age 85.
Penile cancer is a cancer that develops on the penis. Penile cancer is rare in Ireland. It occurs in less than 1 in every 100,000 men each year in Europe...
The Men’s Cancer Alliance (MCA) is a new umbrella alliance, formed by
The Mater Foundation, The Mercy Hospital Foundation and Cancer Care West charities. Our aim is to create awareness about men’s cancers, treatments and supports available to men and with your help to raise vital funds to ensure that men right across Ireland have access to the most up to date facilities, treatments and support services to help them on their cancer journey.