Sarah Minns is part of the Burton Hospitals Trust team, along with Jyoti Shah, who has joined forces with the Burton Prostrate Cancer Support Group to bring support to those suffering with the condition in and around the Burton area.
Sarah is a urology advanced nurse practitioner at Queen's Hospital in Burton.
Monthly meetings are being held, such as the one on Monday, July 3, where around 60 people gathered at Burton's Queen’s Hospital as Burton Albion chairman, Ben Robinson gave a long and insightful guide to the history of the football club.
And now we find out a bit more about one of the women who made this all possible.
What is your favourite film? Silent Witness.
What is your favourite takeaway? Indian.
Can you think of one thing that nobody knows about you? I actually spent a year in Oxford at secretarial college before I started my nurse training.
What is your ultimate ambition in life? To be the best mum that I can be.
Have you got any pet hates? Bad manners.
What is your favourite song? Dancing Queen, by Abba.
Marmite; love it or hate it? Hate it!
What would you say is your worst habit? Everything has a place. I like everything in its correct place.
What was your first car? A white Austin Metro.
If you could make up any law, what would it be? I would increase the legal driving age to 18.
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? Hawaii.
Who would you invite to a dinner party, dead or alive? Patrick Dempsey, Bruno Mars and Dynamo the magician.
What would you do if you won the lottery? Book a lovely long holiday, on which I can then decide what to do with the rest of my money.