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Supporters may not be able to attend the Ulster Football Final this year but you can still support your County from home and donate to a worthy charitable cause at the same time.

Make a donation to get your team’s jersey image placed on a matchday seat. Which team will have the most colours on show on the big day? It’s On!

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Ulster GAA supporting Prostate Cancer Research

Over 4500 men in Ireland are diagnosed with prostate cancer annually. Recently in the UK prostate cancer deaths have exceeded breast cancer deaths with over 11,000 men per year dying of aggressive forms of prostate cancer.

At present 1 in 8 men will develop a clinically significant prostate cancer in their lifetime with those aged 50 or more (the majority of cases are diagnosed in men aged 65 or older) or with a family history of prostate cancer at increased risk.

All donations received will go towards helping the Centre For Cancer Research & Cell Biology at QUB – Ulster GAA’s Charity Partner for 2020

Prostate Research at Queen's University Belfast

The Prostate Clinical Research Team in QUB comprises a team of Clinical Research and NHS Consultant Oncologists led by Professor Joe O’Sullivan, Dr. Suneil Jain, Dr. Aidan Cole and Dr.Darren Mitchell coupled with expert scientific research from the Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology (CCRCB). The aim is to improve patient care by leading world-class clinical research.

The Prostate Clinical Research Team is internationally renowned, leading the way in innovative trials, shaping the treatment of prostate cancer, increasing survival and reducing side effects from treatment. As well as improving education for patients and healthcare workers the team supervise research from medical students, scientists, physicists and clinical doctors.

The team are dedicated to ensuring that our patients and their families have the best treatments at the correct time and that the continued improvements in overall survival continue for men diagnosed with prostate cancer. If your club would like to get involved in creating greater awareness of prostate cancer, or would like to support the fund-raising efforts please contact maura.mcmenamin.ulster@gaa.ie

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