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One Veteran’s Story: PCF Leads the Way With Cancer Research for Veterans

The man with the great smile is Ken Schweizer. He’s 78 but doesn’t look it, a Korean War Veteran who’s been living with prostate cancer for nearly 13 years. “When I turned 65, I went on Medicare, and I thought it was a good opportunity to get a physical,” he. Read More

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To receive free informational materials to make available to patients, please email your mailing address to Shavaun Rigler, srigler@pcf.org . Interested in ordering holiday cards?  Shop here.  Use code "doctor" to receive free shipping & handling (US only). Read More

11/10/2016

Prostate Cancer Foundation is Now “Curing Together”

Our mission is to cure prostate cancer once and for all, but we can’t do it alone. Read More

The 2016 Durden Foundation – PCF Creativity Award

The 2016 Durden Foundation - PCF Creativity Award Alicia Morgans, MD Vanderbilt University Proposal Title: Cognitive Effects of Androgen Receptor (AR) Directed Therapies for Advanced Prostate Cancer: Defining the Role of AR in the Central Nervous System • The androgen receptor (AR) is hypothesized to play a role in certain regions. Read More

Young Investigator Award-Class of 2016

The PCF Young Investigator Award-Class of 2016 recipients are: 2016 Elliot Abramowitz–PCF Young Investigator Award Rohit Bose, MD, PhD Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Mentor: Charles Sawyers, MD Proposal Title: Epigenetic Sensitization of Enzalutamide Response Description The androgen receptor (AR) is the primary driver of prostate cancer, and targeting AR is. Read More

Creativity Awards Recipients 2011

A rigorous peer review process vetted the 14 selected projects from a field of more than 200 applications representing leading institutions in 11 countries. Historically, 70 percent of such PCF awards have gone on to attract additional multi-year funding from PCF and other sources. These two-year awards are designed to support new. Read More

Creativity Awards Recipients 2010

A rigorous peer review process vetted the 12 selected projects from a field of more than 157 applications representing 92 institutions in 11 countries. Historically, 70 percent of such PCF awards have gone on to attract additional multi-year funding from PCF and other sources. These two-year awards are designed to. Read More

Creativity Awards Recipients 2009

Following a rigorous peer review process, PCF selected 10 Creativity Award recipients from more than 300 applications representing 105 institutions in 11 countries. The projects represent a range of research areas, from biomarkers for earlier and more precise detection and treatment to the development of new, nano-enabled therapeutics for metastases.. Read More