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by Shawn K. Supers   |   February 13, 2019

Sharing the Love

Rose are red. Violets are blue. More men are being helped – because of YOU!

Love is in the air, on our minds and filling our hearts to the brim with gratitude for all that our amazing community has accomplished towards our goal to end prostate cancer. Because of you more than 1,100 men have been helped with financial assistance, emotional support, and caseworkers to help them navigate insurance claims through our ZERO360 program. Valentine’s Day gives us the perfect opportunity to Share the Love with each and every one of you.

ZERO Champions all over the country are snapping photos, sending video messages, dropping off treats and sending Valentines to prostate cancer patients, caregivers, and their families. If you follow our hashtag #EndProstateCancer on social media – and we know you do – you’ve seen people sending “love” to fathers, brothers, husbands, and more. Here are a few of my favorite messages.

This is Renee from New Jersey Urology who remembers her Grandfather with her Share the Love sign – so sweet! Renee is also our incredible ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk – Southern New Jersey Race Director.

Charlie Fenstermaker’s video message to his fellow prostate cancer survivors choked me up a bit. He’s a remarkable ZERO Champion, Survivor, and Race Director of the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk – Lehigh Valley with an inspiring message of hope.

The ZERO team is sending out Valentine’s to our prostate cancer patients and caregivers. Taking the time to write these love notes fills us with joy and we hope it brings a little extra brightness to the those fighting prostate cancer.