Latest News (Updated: 5/26/20)
As news keeps developing about the spread and severity of COVID-19, our first priority is to help keep prostate cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and your loved ones safe. CEO Jamie Bearse’s blogged about what ZERO is doing to support the community during this alarming time, and it all comes down to this: you are not alone.
To help you and your loved ones, ZERO has resources to provide you with direct support, webinars and educational resources specific to prostate cancer and COVID-19, and answers for frequently asked questions about the pandemic. We’re here to help you connect with others in the prostate cancer community during this crisis.
As social distancing guidelines continue to change, our top priority for ZERO’s in-person events is to make sure that patients and loved ones are kept safe. Fundraising continues, but see how COVID-19 is impacting ZERO’s live events for more details.
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Get live assistance from our team of experienced case managers, ready to help you and your family through your prostate cancer journey, by visiting our website or calling (844) 244-1309.
Join our online Facebook group to get support from a community of patients and caregivers who have been impacted by prostate cancer.
ZERO’s newest program, Caregiver Connector, is here to help caregivers in this time of increased isolation. Caregiver Mentors can offer their experiences and insights to help caregivers care for themselves and their loved ones.
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Contact your local support staff to learn more about how ZERO can help you with its various resources and support programs.
A Special Message from CEO Jamie Bearse
COVID-19 is a serious, potentially fatal illness, and cancer patients who have weakened immune systems are at particular risk of complications. Here’s a special message from ZERO CEO Jamie Bearse and VP of Patient Programs and Advocacy, Patrice Brown. Patients and families are encouraged to turn to ZERO and its programs during this crisis.