More than 8,920 men in the Pacific Northwest will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2022, and 1,370 men are expected to die from the disease. ZERO supports men and families in their own backyards by providing patient-centric programs in addition to our Run/Walk events. For more information on the current prostate cancer stats in the Pacific Northwest Chapter, please click here.
Our Pacific Northwest Chapter encompasses Oregon and Washington, which includes 2 Run/Walk events. If you’re in the Pacific Northwest and want to get more involved in the fight against prostate cancer, a disease that affects one in eight men, please contact Debi.
To see what Debi is doing online in the Pacific Northwest, check out her social media linked below.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST RUN/WALKS
US TOO SUPPORT GROUPS
ZERO is thrilled to be merging with Us TOO International to better serve the prostate cancer community. A deep impact for the patient community is the fusion of the over 200 volunteer-led Us TOO support groups across the country into the ZERO menu of patient support programs. To find a support group near you, click HERE.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST CHAPTER GEAR
ZERO PROSTATE CANCER RUN/WALK MEDICAL PARTNERS
Our Medical Partners play a critical role in making the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk series a success in communities nationwide. As champions to end prostate cancer, these passionate medical professionals, dedicated doctors, and staff are making a difference in the lives of patients and families. Contact your local chapter director for more information on how to become a medical partner with ZERO’s Prostate Cancer Run/Walk series.
Thank you to our medical partners in the Pacific Northwest Chapter.
Our chapter team are master relationship builders, connecting with other local or regional community and corporate entities who also have a vested interest in ending prostate cancer. With their help, we are able to increase awareness and grow education about prostate cancer within each chapter. Below is a list of partners in the Pacific Northwest area.
- National African American Male Wellness Walk