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The Prostate Cancer Foundation Launches ‘Black Men: Know Your Risk’ Campaign and Teams Up with Atlanta Hawks for ‘Black History Month Assist Challenge’ to Raise Awareness and Funds for Prostate Cancer Research

PCF campaign urges men to ‘Know Your Risk’ for prostate cancer, especially Black men who are more than twice as likely to die from the disease.  LOS ANGELES, Calif., February 1, 2023 – This February the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is teaming up with the Atlanta Hawks for the fifth. Read More


Director, Golf Enterprises

About the Prostate Cancer Foundation The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world's leading philanthropic organization funding and accelerating prostate cancer research. Founded in 1993, PCF has raised nearly $1 billion and provided funding to more than 2,300 research programs at more than 245 cancer centers and universities. The PCF. Read More

Challenge Awards – Class of 2022

The PCF Challenge Award Winners - Class of 2022 recipients are: 2022 Movember-PCF VAlor Challenge Award Principal Investigators: Isla Garraway, MD, PhD (University of California, Los Angeles; Greater Los Angeles VA Healthcare System), Kara Maxwell, MD, PhD (University of Pennsylvania),Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center), Kosj Yamoah, MD, PhD (Moffit. Read More


The Prostate Cancer Foundation Announces 2022 Challenge Awards Totaling More Than $12 Million for Prostate Cancer Research

LOS ANGELES, Calif., January 31, 2023 – The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) today announced the 2022 Class of PCF Team Challenge Award recipients and a total of more than $12 million in funding for innovative prostate cancer research. PCF Challenge Awards fund international, multi-institutional, cross-disciplinary teams of investigators conducting highly. Read More


January Episode of “The Prostate Health Show” on SiriusXM Covers the Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer

Got questions about prostate health and prostate cancer? The Prostate Cancer Foundation, Sirius XM’s Doctor Radio channel, and NYU Langone Health are partnering on a monthly prostate health radio series. Our host is PCF-funded researcher and urologist Stacy Loeb, MD, MSc, PhD (Hon.) longtime host of the popular “Men’s Health”. Read More


Operations Coordinator

About the Prostate Cancer Foundation The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world's leading philanthropic organization funding and accelerating prostate cancer research. Founded in 1993, PCF has been responsible for raising close to $1 billion in support of cutting-edge research by more than 2,200 research projects at 220 leading cancer. Read More



En 2020, la FDA aprobó por primera vez un nuevo tipo de estudio llamado PET-TC del PSMA para encontrar el cáncer de próstata en todo el cuerpo. Este estudio más sensible puede detectar metástasis de cáncer de próstata mucho antes, cuando son mucho más pequeñas, y puede mostrar la ubicación. Read More

Cauliflower Stir Fry

Have you heard of “Veganuary”? This trend has emerged over the past few years as people aim to eat a plant-based diet for the month of January. While there’s generally no “wrong” time to start making healthier choices, the new year can feel like an opportunity to try new approaches. Read More

PCF at 30 – The New Global Public Square

Dear Friends, After completing my first full year leading the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) community of patients, families, researchers, and clinicians, I’m delighted to share with you just how much has happened at PCF in 2022, as we also look ahead to 2023. As you may have seen, we have. Read More


Research Update: PRESTO trial aims to help guide treatment for patients with rising PSA after surgery

Rising PSA after prostatectomy is common; as many as 40% of patients may experience biochemical recurrence within 10 years. Additional evidence-based guidance is needed about whom to treat, which therapies to use, and how long to treat. The PRESTO trial is collecting data to address this vital question. Results were. Read More