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?

Steve Bleser, Prostate Cancer Patient



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Researching the possibilities

Prostate cancer is the most common newly diagnosed cancer in men in the United states. Meaning, if a man gets cancer in his life, it ...

Seeing clinical trials from both sides

Like many men with prostate cancer, my introduction to clinical trials started with my primary care doc saying “Your PSA of 3.1 is higher than ...

Paying It Forward

My experience with ZERO's Grow & Give campaign has been part of my catharsis. The year 2020, aside from COVID-19, was a challenging year for ...

Getting Ready for the ZERO Summit: Virtual Advocacy in 3 Easy Steps

The past year has been far from normal, and since March, many Americans have now adjusted to life at home. One thing advocacy groups like ...

Prostate Cancer News

Recent Cancer Diagnosis Associated With Increased Risk of COVID-19, Especially in Black Patients

Recent Cancer Diagnosis Associated With Increased Risk of COVID-19, Especia...

CURE Today
Patients who have recently been diagnosed with cancer may be at an increased risk of contracting COVID-19, compared to people who have never had a ...

Study finds shorter radiation regimen safe, effective for men with advanced...

A study led by researchers at the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center found shortening a traditional 45-day course of radiation to a five-day course delivered ...

Cancer can be precisely diagnosed using a urine test with artificial intell...

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers among men. Patients are determined to have prostate cancer primarily based on PSA, a cancer factor ...

The biological clock may hold the key to better prostate cancer treatments

The body's internal clock not only can increase the risk of prostate cancer, but it also may affect outcomes as the disease progresses, Jefferson Health ...

FDA approves ‘game changer’ prostate screening method

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American men. It will affect more than 10 percent of men during their lifetime. So, experts are ...