Faces of Prostate Cancer
Each day, more than 500 men in America are diagnosed with prostate cancer. And each day, people and scientists do extraordinary things to help fight this disease. These are some of their stories.
Prostate cancer survivors, their spouses, and their families share their insights
Mother and wife turns into prostate cancer research advocate.
This New York Times blogger knows prostate cancer firsthand.
Survivor knows importance of diet and exercise.
Wife of survivor speaks about couples’ experiences.
The wife of Dodgers’ manager Joe Torre values teamwork and clarity.
An R&B legend shares his music and a life-saving message with fans.
Friends and supporters raising funds and awareness
For the Jones family, the odds of the seven brothers being diagnosed with prostate cancer were against them.
Although not an avid runner, Katie sought out Athletes for a Cure to honor her father and raise money for critical research.
As a molecular diagnostic scientist whose father is a prostate cancer survivor, Ina's connection to prostate cancer is both personal and professional.
Inspired by her father's strength, Rachel races for research and awareness through AFAC.
By runnning 50 marathons, Peter has raised an incredible $50,000.
Aaron’s goal is to ski from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole and back again all while fundraising for Athletes for a Cure.
PCF-funded scientists, their work, and their inspiration
As a female researcher working on a male disease, Dr. Perry’s skills, knowledge and voice have never been more significant.
After her father’s diagnosis, researcher focused on prostate cancer.
This PCF-funded researcher works to improve the health of survivors.
Investigator created study to predict responses to treatments.
This researcher knows PCF collaboration is the key to accelerating progress.
When a new idea strikes, red tape won’t hold him back.
As a young researcher, she was empowered to tackle old mysteries from new directions.