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Prostate Cancer News

This page features general updates about prostate cancer, research and studies, hot topics, news articles and editorials. You also might be interested in ZERO’s Blog, which features inspiring stories, commentary, and insight into news and current events from contributors throughout the prostate cancer community.

Men with prostate cancer can live longer on immunotherapy, study finds

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In what could be a great piece of news for men with advanced prostate cancer, a new study has claimed that they can live two more years or even more on immunotherapy. Read the full ...

KUSI News: ZERO is a nonprofit with the mission to end prostate cancer

Chas Rodgers, a 2013 prostate cancer survivor and advocate of ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer joined KUSI to discuss the nonprofit’s mission. Watch the entire segment here ...

Psychosocial Concerns Common After Prostate Cancer Treatment

Psychosocial problems that adversely affect quality of life are common among men after receiving treatment for prostate cancer (PCa), and they need help managing depression, coping with fear of cancer recurrence, and dealing with other ...


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Ilana Ostrin 202-657-2249 ilana@zerocancer.org Nation’s top prostate cancer nonprofit recognized by volunteers and donors for impact WASHINGTON, D.C. –  ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer has been named a Top-Rated ...


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Ilana Ostrin 202-657-2249 ilana@zerocancer.org African American men and those with a family history are prioritized for affordable and accessible early detection in new proposed legislation WASHINGTON, D.C., November 20, 2019 – ...

Groups combine to fight prostate cancer in veterans

Military veterans are twice as likely as their civilian counterparts to develop prostate cancer, the second leading cause of cancer deaths in men in the United States. Although medical experts say they don’t know exactly ...

VA announces plans to study military toxic exposures, connections to vet...

For years, veterans and their families have told stories of rare cancers, crippling respiratory illnesses, birth defects and more. Their conditions have confounded doctors and experts. How are these young, previously health troops and veterans ...

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