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Why Give to PCF?

Why Give to PCF?

Contribute to the Cure Learn more about how your donations support the world’s most promising programs in our most recent Annual Report and Financials. By the time you read this page, another man will be diagnosed...

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Memorials

Memorials

4 Ways to Remember and Honor Your Loved One: 1. Donate in Memory Of Every PCF donation form allows you to make a donation in memory of someone. PCF will send a card to the family...

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Memorials
Support our Partners

Support our Partners

The Prostate Cancer Foundation is proud to count many prominent companies and organizations as partners in the effort to find better treatments and a cure for recurrent prostate cancer. Partnering with PCF is an excellent way...

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Where the Money Goes: Team Science

Challenge Awards are multi-year team science projects that focus specifically on permanent solutions for lasting remissions that advanced prostate cancer patients urgently need. This is an area of urgent clinical need—while prostate cancer is 100% treatable if...

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Partnerships / Events

Join Many vs Cancer to Fund Cancer Research

Join Many vs Cancer to Fund Cancer Research

Are you looking for a way to raise money for prostate cancer research? If so, become part of a growing community that is going to fund the cure for prostate cancer. First of all, Many vs...

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Home Run Challenge

Home Run Challenge

In partnership with Major League Baseball, PCF's annual Home Run Challenge allows everyone to join in the fight against prostate cancer through America's favorite pastime. During the weeks leading up to Father's Day, each home run...

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movember

Movember + PCF

When it comes to their health, too many men don’t talk, don’t take action, and die too young. Join us and our partners at the Movember Foundation and help men live happier, healthier, longer lives. You...

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In prostate cancer, [genetic testing is] just not common because the common knowledge was that these mutations were very rare. But when we look in patients with advanced disease, they...

-Dr. Joaquin Mateo Read More