How do we end Prostate Cancer? Together.

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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’m all in with ZERO for their bold goal to ZERO out prostate cancer. Will you join me in saving men and their families?

C.C. Williams, Prostate Cancer Survivor


Grow & Give: The Perfect Way to Spread Awareness

When I was diagnosed with prostate cancer this past August, it was a punch in the face. How could it be? I was healthy, I ...

Clinical Pathways and Veterans

My name is Sherry Denton, and I am a nurse practitioner, the director of a prostate cancer clinic in Little Rock, Arkansas, a student pursuing ...

Conversations with Caregivers

November is National Family Caregivers Month and we are proud to honor caregivers across the country. Caring of a patient living with prostate cancer can ...

My Grandfather, My Hero

My grandfather was my hero. He was the definition of a Renaissance man -- he was a Veteran, an accomplished dentist, a skilled photographer, a ...

Charity Streaming to End Prostate Cancer

I’m Greden Camacho… To date, I have raised thousands of dollars through philanthropic efforts and charitable streams for organizations and nonprofits through my platform, OfficialChiKa ...

Prostate Cancer News

NCCN Reverses on Guideline Change for Surveillance in Prostate Cancer

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After protest by urologists and patient advocates, the prostate cancer panel of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) reversed itself on Tuesday, with new guideline language ...

Movember: Thanksgiving is the perfect time to talk to family about your hea...

In Virginia more men die from prostate cancer than the national average. Men in Hampton Roads die at the highest rate in the state and ...

America’s first openly transgender mayor Stewart ‘Stu’ Ra...

America's first openly transgender mayor and lifelong Oregon resident Stewart "Stu" Rasmussen died Nov. 17 after battling prostate cancer for more than a year. He ...

Prostate Cancer Screening: Black Men Less Likely to Get Follow-Up MRI

Black, Hispanic and Asian men in the United States are less likely than white men to receive a follow-up MRI after a screening suggests prostate ...

New strategy against treatment-resistant prostate cancer identified

A study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has identified an RNA molecule that suppresses prostate tumors. According to the research — ...