The Bob Willis Fund has been set up to raise money for prostate cancer research and awareness with the aim of achieving a national screening programme in the next 3-5 years. Prostate cancer is the number one diagnosed cancer in the UK, killing 11,500 men a year. 1 in 8 men gets prostate cancer, increasing to 1 in 4 if you are black. Bob was a healthy 66-year-old when he was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer in April 2016. He underwent every treatment thrown at him without complaint. He died 3 years and 8 months later in December 2019, aged 70.
To learn more go to www.bobwillisfund.org