About Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer occurs when the cells of the prostate begin to grow uncontrollably. When caught and treated early, prostate cancer has a cure rate of over 95%. Yet being diagnosed with prostate cancer can be a life-altering experience. It requires making some very difficult decisions about treatments that can affect not only the life of the man diagnosed, but also the lives of his family members in significant ways for many years to come. More than 186,000 men in the United States will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year, and each and every one of them will need to make very personal and individualized decisions about treatment options and diet and lifestyle changes. Most importantly, each and every one of them will have to find a strong, knowledgeable team of physicians, nurses and other healthcare providers to help guide them through the process at each step of the way.

For more information about prostate cancer, including the free guides below, please visit the Prostate Cancer Foundation at www.pcf.org

Learn about the basics of prostate cancer with An Introduction to Prostate Cancer.
Report to the Nation on Prostate Cancer: A Guide for Men and Their Families covers everything from prostate cancer diagnosis to available treatment options.

Nutrition and Prostate Cancer Learn how diet and lifestyle changes can affect your risk of prostate cancer with the Nutrition and Prostate Cancer guide.










PCF Media Kit

The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) Press Kit includes fact sheets, recent highlights and information about prostate cancer and PCF-funded programs and research:

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