We Can’t Do This Alone…
ZERO is proud to partner with organizations to achieve our goals. A united coalition sends a message to Capitol Hill that we as a community are united and ready to advocate for prostate cancer patients, survivors, and their families.
The Defense Health Research Consortium was formally established in 2014 to bring together the diverse community of patient advocacy organizations, medical provider groups, veterans’ organizations, research advocacy groups, and private sector interests — all with the single purpose of protecting and preserving funding for the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRPs).
One Voice Against Cancer (OVAC) is a collaboration of national non-profit organizations representing millions of Americans, delivering a unified message to Congress and the White House on the need for increased cancer-related appropriations.
The Coalition to Improve Access to Cancer Care (CIACC) is a patient-focused organization representing patients, health-care professionals, care centers and the life sciences industry.
The Society of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Patient Advocacy Advisory Board will provide the patient perspective to the Society. It will advise the Society on the development of educational programs and policies which advance patients’ understanding and knowledge of the role of molecular imaging and nuclear medicine in both the diagnostic and therapeutic settings.
PCIA is an alliance of 31 patient and physician advocacy organizations and industry representatives to advance education about, research into, and access to high quality care for men with prostate cancer.
Cancer Early Detection Alliance (CEDA)
CEDA’s mission is to promote and expand access to quality, equitable early cancer detection and care, with a specific focus on reaching underserved communities and addressing racial and ethnic disparities.
The Patients and Caregivers for Paid Leave Coalition
The American Cancer Society’s Patients and Caregivers for Paid Leave Coalition’s goal is to implement a national paid family and medical leave program that would help over 88 million American workers take the time they need during their prostate cancer journey.
Want ZERO to join your coalition? Please email ZERO’s Government Relations & Advocacy Assistant, Hal Berger.