PCF & The VA: Shepherding Extraordinary Care
Every year, another 15,000 Veterans are diagnosed with prostate cancer. The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are partnering to prevent, screen and promote research to speed the development of treatments and cures for prostate cancer among Veterans.
PCF – VA Centers of Excellence
Go here for a list of the PCF – VA Centers of Excellence around the United States.
- Prostate Cancer Foundation, University Of California, San Francisco Partner To Advance Prostate Cancer Treatment For U.S. Veterans
- Prostate Cancer Foundation, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Oregon Health & Science University Partner to Advance Prostate Cancer Treatment for Our Nation’s Veterans
- VA, Prostate Cancer Foundation to expand genetic services to Veterans through nursing research pilot initiative
- The John and Daria Barry Foundation has made a $2.5 million gift to the Prostate Cancer Foundation to establish a new Precision Oncology Center of Excellence serving U.S. Veterans at the Manhattan VA. The John and Daria Barry Precision Oncology Center of Excellence at the Manhattan Campus of the VA NY Harbor Healthcare System (VANYHHS) will serve as a precision oncology hub and address the clinical needs of Veterans currently battling prostate cancer in the New York metropolitan area and beyond. Watch below to learn more.
The PCF-VA partnership is already making a difference in the lives of patients. Watch to learn more about how Veteran Chris Seelye’s PSA went from over 200 to 1.
Take a peek inside the PCF-VA collaboration, through the John and Daria Barry Precision Oncology Center of Excellence at the Manhattan VA.
More Centers of Excellence will be opening across the U.S. Learn more about how this model works.