Run, Walk or Golf to End Prostate Cancer Print
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Written by Sherry Galloway   
Tuesday, 23 April 2013 09:25

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Dear Friend,

I lost my son Jeremy to prostate cancer at the young age of 36, and you can be certain that ending this horrible disease that takes the lives of nearly 240,000 men every year is a cause very close to my heart.

ZERO has formed the largest men’s health event series in the nation as a part of their mission to end prostate cancer. More than 60 events nationwide have been united under the same banner for this one cause. I participate and raise funds so that no one else has to lose a son, father, husband, brother or friend to this painful and debilitating killer of men.

The new event series is called the ZERO Prostate Cancer Challenge (ZPCC) and is comprised of run/walks, golf tournaments and teams in major endurance competitions. The ZPCC, managed by ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer, raises awareness and funds to save lives from the most commonly diagnosed non-skin cancer among American men.

The ZERO Prostate Cancer Challenge event series is broken down into: ZERO Prostate Cancer Run (or walk), ZERO Prostate Cancer Golf and ZERO Prostate Cancer Endurance. Whether you're a triathlete, avid golfer or just like to take a leisurely stroll around the block, there is a way for you to get involved in a city near you.

Thousands are making a choice for a healthy lifestyle by walking, running, cycling and playing golf to help end prostate cancer. Please join me and take the challenge by signing up for an event near you! Since one of every six American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, one life you save may be your own or that of someone you love.

Click here to find a ZERO Prostate Cancer Run event near you.

Click here to find a ZERO Prostate Cancer Golf event near you.

Click here to find a ZERO Prostate Cancer Endurance event near you.

Be well,

Sherry Galloway

Board Member, ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer

P.S. If you can't make it out for an event near you, please considering sponsoring an athlete or team, like Team Jeremy. Every gift brings us closer to a cure!