ZERO Prostate Cancer Summit: Educate. Activate. Celebrate.
Be a part of the biggest and most impactful meeting in the movement to end prostate cancer. Held annually in Washington, D.C., the ZERO Summit brings together a community of support from across the U.S. – more than 250 patients, survivors, caregivers, and family members whose lives have been changed because of prostate cancer. Join us in 2020 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center!
We come to build support for one another, and to stand by the men and families who are facing the toughest battles of their lives. We come to learn from the best minds in research about the development of new diagnostics and treatments, and care of those who are facing down this disease. And we come to take action, equipping advocates to make an impact in their home communities, and meeting with elected officials to protect and expand research funding.
The Summit is such an amazing way to meet others who have been affected by this disease, being able to put it into others’ minds that the fight is not over!
Molli Reeder, Minnesota
You Belong With Us!
Picture hundreds of people who are united around their shared experience of facing prostate cancer. Every Summit attendee “gets it.” We’ve faced the same sleepless nights. We know the stress that comes with a diagnosis and the battle ahead. Together we are an unstoppable force in support for one another, fervently working to end this disease. We’re here for each other and we’re here for you, no matter where you are in your prostate cancer journey.
To learn more about what to expect at the Summit, including expert speakers, advocacy training, educational sessions and workshops, review the agenda for the 2020 ZERO Prostate Cancer Summit (PDF). If you need information about travel funding, check out the Bold for Blue Summit Challenge, where participants who meet fundraising goals become eligible for hotel and round-trip travel accommodations, as well as private experiences throughout the 2020 Summit. The travel page also has details on ZERO’s need-based attendance scholarship.
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