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As of Mar. 2, 2020 I am sad to announce that public meetings were cancelled.  Currently we are striving to get set up in another location for a suitable meeting place; keep checking here! In the meantime, I urge you to log on to ZEROcancer.org. You will find abundant truthful info, including online support group meetings.

However, please feel free to contact me, Chapter Ldr, Duane Kent, directly.  I will be most happy to receive a phone call(251-591-8557) from anyone needing assistance if it relates to prostate cancer.  You are also free to email me at krusader@juno.com. 

It is now June 23 and now EVIDENT that out restricted access to regular checkups, screenings, etc. has had a dramatic negative effect on many of us.  

As it relates to Prostate Cancer, no doubt that a whole bunch of men delayed PSA/DRE testing, following up on out-of-the-ordinary health events, routine imaging, delayed starting on chemo or other treatments, etc.  


I have received 1/10 th of the calls I might ordinaily get-even from our regular attendees who had on-going issues, some not yet decided as to treatment.  

I sincerely hope this reaches some of you who are in those categories, and that you will be motivated to seek help quickly.


We are Dedicated to Prostate Cancer Support, Education, and Advocacy.

Thank God, as we we continue to witness another year of significant progress for PCa diagnosis and treatment!

We have seen much-needed success for improved imaging, more new medicines on the horizon, and availability of useful information as it relates to Prostate Cancer. The field of Genomics and DNA testing has opened up a new frontier as it relates to PCa.

There are over 30 different treatments now, and a wide variety of diagnostic tests-several of which are not invasive, or only minimally invasive!. We are continuing to see proof that reveals we are making headway in reducing the number of deaths caused by prostate cancer. However, more than ever, we cannot slack up; the estimated new cases still exceed 228,000 nationally, with over 24,000 deaths.

We are also seeing significant ways to decrease the side effects from treatment and increase the quality-of-life in living with the disease.  "Active Surveillance" is becoming a frequent choice-under carefull circumstances-either delaying, or perhaps negating the need for future treatment.

ZERO has played a significant role in making that happen.  We've got it on the run! And NEED your to help to continue that trend in 2023!

Your odds are better than ever to arrive at a proper treatment plan, BUT HIGHLY UNLIKELY if you don't seek, gain, AND ACT ON,  the right information!

With a challenging disease like prostate cancer, it's critical to not only become an informed patient - but to stay an informed patient!  Our meetings are open not only to newly diagnosed men and prostate cancer survivors; but also significant others, family members, friends and the general public who want more information pertaining to prostate cancer."

We hope you find this site helpful.  We welcome and encourage your direct contact as to how we might make it better!!