Every picture sells a story

Photographer Eamonn McCabe has been enlisted by the Prostate Cancer Charity to illustrate its annual report with images of men affected by the disease.

The charity decided to radically alter the design of its annual report for 2005/06, emblazoning the cover with the question "Are we really effective?" and using McCabe's images. "I'm 58 and I know that disease affects many men my age, so I wanted to do my bit in raising awareness and promoting the cause," said the former Sports Photographer of the Year. "I was interested in meeting these men, who were similar in age to me, and I found it a very rewarding project to be involved in." The charity celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.

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