Len Bellavia is “Cruisin’ For the Cure” Again

Back in January, we shared Len Bellavia’s story about his “new lease on life” after a mistaken diagnosis of advanced prostate cancer - what he called “the worst moment of...Read More


Do It for Your Daughter

This Father’s Day, if you won’t do it for yourself, do it for your daughter. Dr. Mary-Claire King, a geneticist at the University of Washington, who is credited with discovering...Read More


Reflecting on 1,000 miles

Steve Malikowski, who has been diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer, set out to cross the country on a bike in early May. It’s a total of 4,100 miles from coast...Read More


The Value of PCF

What kind of organization has a goal to “go out of business?” We do, that’s who.  (No, really.) Around the office here, we have an internal goal to put ourselves...Read More


Why Your Donations Create So Much More

When you donate to PCF, it goes a lot farther than it does elsewhere. The Prostate Cancer Foundation was started by someone who actually suffered from prostate cancer. After finding...Read More

For Allison

Stronger Than Prostate Cancer

Graham Wilkerson wants to prove he is stronger than prostate cancer. That’s why this former DePauw defensive tackle is training to break the world record for pull-ups later this month....Read More


London to Paris for Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer can be a devastating diagnosis to some men and their families, but it can also be an opportunity to focus on what is most important to us. When...Read More


Leigh Ellis- Stopping Cancer Before It Spreads

Why can’t we just identify which patients are going to metastasize right when they’re diagnosed, and then stop their progression to metastasis? This is the question that PCF Young Investigator,...Read More


4,100 Miles Across the U.S. for Prostate Cancer

Hi Everybody, This is the first post I’m writing for the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF), so I’ll introduce myself. I’m Steven Malikowski, and at age 50, I joined the club...Read More


Prostate Cancer and Depression

A prostate cancer diagnosis can be devastating and terrifying. Not just to the man who receives the results, but to the family and friends around him. The word “cancer” alone...Read More