Everyone should have a fair and just opportunity to prevent, find, treat, and survive prostate cancer, regardless of race, sexual orientation, financial resources, physical abilities, or area of residence. This aspiration is called health equity, and this aspiration informs everything that ZERO does in empowering every person who is affected by prostate cancer.
Be a part of ZERO’s Health Equity Symposium. The 2nd Annual Health Equity Symposium took place on November 5 and the playback can be accessed online from any computer or mobile device. 2022’s event picked up where the inaugural Racial Disparities Symposium left off, addressing the status of prostate cancer disparities and what we can do to eliminate them. Click the videos below to hear from the researchers, healthcare providers, patients/survivors, and community members committed to achieving prostate cancer health equity.
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Practicing Medical Oncologist, and Health Equity Researcher
University of California, San Francisco
Project Advance Facilitator/College and Career Advisor & Adjunct Professor
Eastside Early College HS & Huston-Tillotson University
Medical Director, Surgical Outcomes & Quality
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital
Chief of Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics, Professor of Radiology, Attending Radiologist
New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine