How do we end Prostate Cancer? Together.

The Journey to ZERO

Three generations fighting for a cure.
A tribute to Bill Schwartz, ZERO's Co-founder and first CEO.

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A Story of Hope

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Who are we fighting for?

ZERO's Heroes

You are not alone! We welcome everyone who has been touched by prostate cancer including patients, survivors, loved ones, caregivers, and medical professionals to join us as warriors in our fight against prostate cancer.

With each personal story, our ZERO’s Heroes raise awareness and shed light on the journey to end prostate cancer. Meet some of the patients and families whom we are fighting for 365 days of the year and join our community!

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ZERO's Impact

Where the money goes


Men helped with the assistance of our Co-Pay Program.


Men tested for free with our mobile testing units.


Education materials provided to men and families.


Men are alive due to reduced prostate cancer mortality rates.


I am thankful beyond words for the financial assistance provided by ZERO. It has enabled me to receive life-extending prostate cancer treatment. I now have the gift of time to spend with my wife and three young grandchildren, who I never believed I would see grow up.

Charles Sweeney, Prostate Cancer Patient

News & Updates

Stay up to date with the latest on ZERO and Prostate Cancer.


Protein-Blocking Molecule May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer Sp...

The small non-coding molecule miR-194 may promote the spread of prostate cancer by blocking the anticancer protein SOCS2, a study ...

ZERO Takes Action for Cancer Prevention Month

Washington, D.C. – This February, ZERO is proud to partner with the American Institute for Cancer Research for Cancer Prevention ...

Hormone Blockers Can Prolong Life if Prostate Cancer Recurs

Men whose prostate cancer comes back after surgery are more likely to survive if, along with the usual radiation, they ...

Anxiety, Depression May Up Death Risk for Prostate Cancer

Anxiety and depression may increase the risk of death from certain cancers, according to research published online in The BMJ ...

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