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The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world's leading philanthropic organization funding and accelerating prostate cancer research.

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Stand-up comic, TV producer, book author, husband and father. Diagnosed with prostate cancer at 42.

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PCF Prostate Cancer Patient Guide

The Prostate Cancer Patient Guide, compiled with the contributions of top-tier doctors and researchers in prostate cancer, is a must-have resource for prostate cancer patients. It focuses all of the information available about contemporary prostate cancer research, treatment, and lifestyle factors into one consolidated document.

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Patient Stories

Jeff’s ability to focus on the good things, and his positive outlook, are essential, says Lee, who points out that there is more reason to be positive about metastatic prostate cancer than ever before.
Jeff Finerman
Jeff Finerman and his wife, Karen.
Mark’s cancer stems from the BRCA2 mutation, so when his oncologist (PCF funded researcher Heather Cheng) was planning a form of attack she thought outside of the box: treat the genetic mutation, not the prostate.
Mark Meerschaert
Mathematics professor and researcher
“I had an expected expiration date.  Now, with participating in this study, that’s taken away.  I don’t see an expiration date any more – or if there is one, it’s years out, as opposed to months out.”
Chris Seelye
U.S. Navy Veteran, professional photographer

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