Were You Recently Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer?
Hearing the words you have cancer can be overwhelming. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you probably have many fears and many questions. You may not know where to turn. ZERO is here to help you navigate your prostate cancer diagnosis and find a path forward. You are not alone.
In most cases, prostate cancer is a very slow-growing disease and once you have been diagnosed there is time to gather information, consider your options, and make a plan. The overall five-year survival rate for prostate cancer is 97 percent. This means that a man diagnosed with prostate cancer has a 97 percent chance of being alive five years later.
What should I do first?
Download our Newly Diagnosed Prostate Cancer Guide. This free, 36-page toolkit focuses on the basics of your prostate cancer diagnosis, treatment options, lifestyle changes, and support resources.
You Are Not Alone, ZERO is Here to Help You
Have hope. Prostate cancer is a treatable and manageable disease, especially when caught in its earliest stages. Regardless of the stage of your disease, you have options for treatment. Today there are more than 3.1 million prostate cancer survivors in the U.S.
This section of our website is dedicated to you as you create a plan for managing your prostate cancer. Our website and resources will give you what you need to know now and throughout your prostate cancer journey.
If you have been diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer, also called localized, prostate cancer (Stages I and II) visit our localized cancer section to learn more, download helpful information, watch videos, and become informed.
If you have been diagnosed with advanced (Stages III and IV), or metastatic (Stage IV), prostate cancer visit our advanced prostate cancer section for more information and resources.
We are available to answer your questions or help you determine next steps. Call ZERO Prostate Cancer at 888-245-9455 or email us at email@example.com.
You may have many things on your mind. Use our website and other resources to guide your discussions with loved ones and your healthcare team. Explore our website to learn about different topics that may be relevant to you or a loved one.
Other resources available if you’re newly diagnosed with prostate cancer:
- Download the Questions for Your Doctor to better understand your prostate cancer diagnosis
- Download the Newly Diagnosed Worksheet to keep track of basic information about your prostate cancer diagnosis
- Understand your risk level (how aggressive the cancer may be) and additional imaging tests that may be needed
- Learn more about next steps after a diagnosis and how to work with your healthcare team
- Choose your healthcare team and learn about the importance of second opinions
- Download the NCCN’s Guideline for Prostate Cancer Patients
- Join a prostate cancer support group