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Make a Difference Today

This year, more than 268,490 men will receive a prostate cancer diagnosis and an estimated 34,500 will die from the disease. To end this suffering, men and their families need your help in all areas of advocacy to help educate lawmakers of the concerns and needs of their constituents. Join thousands of ZERO advocates to end prostate cancer and contact your elected officials today.

Advocates are a vital part of ZERO. Our advocates help us garner support for critical prostate cancer policies and programs that impact the lives of men and their families. 

To sign up to become an advocate, click here.

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ZERO’s advocates are crucial. We rely on our advocates to be an influential, collective voice that is informed, passionate, and engaged. You can become an advocate in many different ways.

Together, we can affect meaningful policy change that contributes to our goal of Generation ZERO, the first generation of men free from prostate cancer.

When I was first diagnosed with prostate cancer I felt completely alone. Becoming a ZERO advocate has really inspired me to do more and to be a better man. Knowing that by doing something, my diagnosis is going to help others.
– David Pieper, ZERO Advocate
David Pieper

Your Impact Over 20 Years

Where the Money Goes

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Advocates on the Hill in D.C. fighting for a cure
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Men are alive due to reduced prostate cancer mortality rates