September is prostate cancer awareness month.

We proudly support prostate cancer patients and survivors. In the US, prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men, with approximately 27,000 deaths per year*. Let’s work together to change that statistic. (*American Cancer Society 2017)


Get Involved

Learn about prostate cancer awareness month events happening near you.

ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/ Walk Events:

Birmingham, AL
Urology Centers of Alabama
September 9, 2017

San Diego, CA
Genesis Urology
September 9, 2017

Boston, MA
Cancer Resource Foundation (Greater Boston Urology)
September 10, 2017

Minneapolis, MN
Metro Urology Foundation
September 16, 2017

Napa Valley, CA
St. Helena Hospital
September 16, 2017

Des Moines, IA
Iowa Clinic
September 16, 2017

St. Louis, MO
St. Louis Urological Surgeons & Arch Cancer Care
September 16, 2017

Lincoln, NE
Urology P.C.
September 17, 2017

San Antonio, TX
Urology San Antonio
September 17, 2017

Harrisburg, PA
Urology of Central Pennsylvania
September 22, 2017

Miami, FL
September 23, 2017

Corpus Christi, TX
Corpus Christi Urology Group
September 23, 2017

Dayton, OH
Dayton Physicians Network
September 23, 2017

Baltimore, MD
Chesapeake Urology
September 24, 2017

Augusta, GA
Augusta Urology Associates
September 30, 2017

Jacksonville, FL
Kasraeian Urology
September 30, 2017

Tyler, TX
Urology Tyler
September 30, 2017

Other Events:

Free Prostate Cancer Screening: Chicago, IL

Chicago Prostate Cancer Center – September 8th, 2017

7th Annual Run/ Walk For Prostate Cancer: Chicago, IL

Chicago Prostate Cancer Center – September 10th, 2017

“The Silent Killer” Documentary Screening: Peoria, IL

September 12th, 2017

“The Silent Killer” Documentary Screening: Atlanta, GA

September 18th, 2017

Prostate Cancer Patient
Resources and Support Organizations

Prostate Cancer Survivor Spotlight

Isoray Patients Tell Their Stories


Thank you to the Physicians working everyday to combat Prostate Cancer


If you or a loved one have been recently diagnosed with prostate cancer, and want to learn more about your options and how they will affect your quality of life, we are here to help.

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