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It was the busiest time of the year but there I was wearing a blonde wig and wielding a hammer. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and at ZERO, we hosted 25 run/walks over a 40-day stretch. Despite our grueling schedule, we found time to dress up as superheroes during staff meeting. And I was Thor. The post Three Secrets to ZERO’s Organizational Health appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .
John had been experiencing unusual symptoms on and off for about a year before his prostate cancer diagnosis – stage 3 almost 4. We were devastated but hoped that surgery and radiation therapy would take care of things. That wasn’t the case. The post Letting Go appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .
On Sunday, February 24, 2019 ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer rolled out the “blue” carpet for the inaugural Bold for Blue Awards. The awards highlight outstanding champions who have made a bold impact in the fight against prostate cancer with their fundraising efforts. The post We are Bold for Blue! appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .
For some strange reason only the fates can explain, I decided to schedule a physical in late December of 2018. Been there, done that. But this one came with a blood test. And an elevated PSA score. And a visit to the urologist. And a biopsy. And a phone call: "You have cancer. And it's a mean one". The post Sportsman Vic Lombardi’s Take on Prostate Cancer and the “Waiting Game” appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .
I went into the 2019 ZERO Summit with few expectations, little did I know just how much those three days would impact my life. I agreed to attend the summit with an interest in educating myself on the latest prostate cancer treatment options and research projects. The post My Bold for Blue Breakthrough appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is difficult for any man to endure. Navigating treatment options, dealing with financial strain, and facing emotional recovery are intimidating hurdles. Advanced prostate cancer survivors, and often their partners, face the additional challenge of the most common side effect of any prostate cancer treatment: erectile dysfunction (ED). The post Erectile Dysfunction: What to Expect and How to Manage It appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .
The prostate cancer mortality rate is at its lowest point in history. According to new data from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and reported by the American Cancer Society, the mortality rate has fallen 28 percent over the last decade. The post New Prostate Cancer Stats: Five Absolute “Must-Knows” appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .

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