ZERO in the News Jump To Jump To 2024 2023 Who's talking about ZERO? Read features about ZERO Prostate Cancer in the news—covering events, personal stories, advocacy efforts, and more! 2024 Prostate Cancer Survivor Encouraging Men to Get Checked Early Bob Lane, a prostate cancer survivor, provides insights into the challenges of disclosure, emphasizing the importance of early detection and support services for men facing similar diagnoses. ZERO Talks Prostate Cancer Disparities for Black Men with CNN CNN spoke to ZERO’s CEO Courtney Bugler about the one in six Black men who are diagnosed and why prostate cancer needs to be a national priority. Recent studies show Black men are most at-risk for prostate cancer Black men are more likely to be diagnosed with and die from prostate cancer than white men, partly due to genetics, environment, diet, healthcare access, and racial bias in testing, underscoring the importance of early screening. 2023 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk featured on Sacramento Public File Joe Thompson, a volunteer with ZERO Prostate Cancer, promotes the upcoming Sacramento Run/Walk on the Sacramento Public File, a podcast featuring philanthropy around the Sacramento area. The ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk is taking place at William Land Park this month Joe Thompson, a volunteer for ZERO Prostate Cancer, shares his personal experience with prostate cancer and his upcoming participation at the ZERO Sacramento Run/Walk. SiriusXM’s ‘Auto Trends’ Talks to Former Pro Athlete Galvanizing Black Men Around Prostate Cancer Kris Bennett, ZERO's Director of Health Equity, utilizes unique methods like a Black film fest to educate Black men about prostate cancer during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. ZERO Prostate Cancer Run is This Weekend Rockford Urological teams up with ZERO to raise money for prostate cancer research during the 2023 Run/Walk. Showtime, ESPN host Brian Custer Fighting to End Stigma Around Prostate Cancer Brian Custer, host of “Showtime Championship Boxing,” reflects on his 10-year journey beating prostate cancer and the importance of erasing the stigma surrounding the disease, especially among men of color, emphasizing the need for early detection and support. The Fight Against Prostate Cancer: Henry Robinson Jr.'s Story Henry Robinson Jr., a prostate cancer survivor and member of The Empowerment Network, is teaming up with the organization to support men battling prostate cancer through the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk on September 30th, aiming to raise awareness and honor those affected by the disease. Carolina Strong: Cancer survivor spreads hope, awareness Bob Lane, a prostate cancer survivor, is dedicating his time to raise awareness and support fellow patients, offering them guidance and encouragement as they navigate their journeys through the disease. 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. Screenings can help catch it early. Terrance Gist's story highlights the crucial role of early prostate cancer detection during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Local Run/Walk helping in the battle against prostate cancer ZERO Prostate Cancer co-sponsors the Lehigh Valley Run/Walk on August 19 to raise awareness and support for prostate cancer, a disease that claims an American man's life every 15 minutes. Healthy resource roundup, September 2023 September brings various health observances, including suicide prevention, Hispanic heritage, fruits and veggies, childhood obesity, drug addiction and recovery, cholesterol education, prostate cancer awareness, and World Heart Day, with resources available on the Health Advocate blog for individuals and organizations. Elevating the Voices of Invisible People The SCAN Foundation's initiative "Advancing Health Equity in Aging" seeks to address health disparities among marginalized older adults, aiming to amplify their voices and involve impacted communities, while aligning with California's Master Plan on Aging and supporting Equity Community Organizing groups. How a Patient Received ‘100% Financial Aid’ for Metastatic Prostate Cancer Treatment Metastatic prostate cancer survivor Ted Healy emphasizes the vital role of nonprofit aid, such as ZERO Prostate Cancer, in alleviating financial burdens, underscoring the need for informed insurance choices and assistance from organizations like FORCE and Triage Cancer to manage costs. Nevis man to attempt 1-year, 11,000 mile bike trip for cancer and schizophrenia awareness Former postmaster Scott Freitag, a stage 4 prostate cancer patient, is embarking on an 11,000-mile bike journey around the U.S. to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer, aiming to collaborate with ZERO Prostate Cancer to raise $500,000 for early testing and treatment options. More Stories and News Check out our official news and statements, updates in prostate cancer, and see who's talking about us! 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