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Patient Support

ZERO — The Project to End Prostate Cancer

Since 2002, the Cancer Research Institute has provided support to ZERO — The Project to End Prostate Cancer, an organization committed not only to reducing prostate cancer and alleviating the pain from the disease, but also to ending it. 

ZERO provides comprehensive treatment information to patients, education to those at risk, and conducts free prostate cancer testing throughout the country. They advocate for increasing research funds from the federal government to find new treatments and they fund research in the pursuit of a better test for the disease.

CRI is proud to support ZERO's Drive Against Prostate Cancer, its free nationwide mobile prostate cancer testing program. Through early detection, ZERO hopes to realize the first generation free from prostate cancer and an end to this disease forever.


Find Out Where You Can Get a Free Screening

Go to to learn more about the Drive Against Prostate Cancer, including dates and locations for screenings.

Patient and Other Resources

CRI Patient and Other Resources

CRI offers a number of free resources for patients and families, including our CRI HelpBook For Patients, our e-book on cancer and the immune system, a clinical trial finder to help you locate clinical trials of cancer immunotherapies, a glossary to help explain some of the terms you'll come across on our website, and links to other useful online resources.

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Driven to end prostate cancer

Skip Lockwood, CEO of ZERO — The Project to End Prostate Cancer, is working towards eradicating prostate cancer by informing men of their risk and screening for cancer with ZERO's mobile medical units.

Read His Story