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Advocates Gather in Washington, DC for the Summit to End Prostate Cancer

Advocates Gather in Washington, DC for the Summit to End Prostate Cancer

The 2011 Summit to End Prostate Cancer brought almost 200 advocates from around the country together to learn about advocating for prostate cancer.

The program included talks about current and emerging research, and various ways to advocate at community, state and national levels.

CLICK HERE to download this year’s Summit program.

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September 11-12, 2012. We’re already planning next year’s Summit and we want you to be there. Registration will open soon.

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“The Summit to End Prostate Cancer represents an annual opportunity during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month for supporters nationwide to gather in Washington, D.C. to speak up about prostate cancer and raise awareness of the importance of federal funding and other issues to help us achieve our goal of zero prostate cancer,” said ZERO’s CEO Skip Lockwood.

Check out videos from the 2010 Summit here.

Download the 2010 Summit Program

Local Advocacy Training

Download ZERO’s Advocacy Handbook

Local advocacy training offers more specific information about State level issues and legislation, your State’s legislative calendar, and personalized training to recruit advocates and advocate leaders.

Learn about State laws and proposed legislation, awareness and education tools already offered or that should be offered in your State, and opportunities to attract others to the fight against prostate cancer.

The prostate cancer advocacy community needs passionate supporters like yourself to advance the cause from neighborhood to neighborhood, town to town, city to city, state to state and across the nation. Without support from dedicated individuals, funding for research, awareness amongst men and access to care will slide and diminish our ability to find a cure to this devastating disease.