About Us

Prostate Cancer Free Foundation

The Prostate Cancer Free Foundation, formerly the Prostate Cancer Treatment Research Foundation, was established in November of 2010. The Foundation works to help people interested in and affected by prostate cancer through education and research. This research is supported by the members of the Prostate Cancer Results Study Group, and international team of experts in the field of prostate cancer.

The Prostate Cancer Free Foundation, formerly the Prostate Cancer Treatment Research Foundation, was established in November of 2010. The Foundation works to help people interested in and affected by prostate cancer through education and research. This research is supported by the members of the Prostate Cancer Results Study Group, and international team of experts in the field of prostate cancer.

Mission Statement:

The primary goal of the foundation is to help people make better decisions about prostate cancer treatment.
We accomplish this goal by supporting and promoting educational resources relevant to prostate cancer treatment such as the Prostate Cancer Results Study Group and the PCa Commentary by making their results readily available to patients, and the groups that support them, and to medical professionals, as they seek to provide the best care for their patients.
Guiding Principles:

As we go about this work the Foundation strives to:

  • Create a great organization, one that people are proud to join.
  • Show the utmost respect to those that create the content that we provide.
  • Display, and work from, a spirit of generosity.
  • Create an open, inclusive organization.
  • Operate with professionalism.
  • Challenge good ideas and work as a team to turn them into great ideas.

The foundation’s major work is coordinating and supporting the Prostate Cancer Results Study Group or PCRSG. The PCRSG efforts are directed to evaluating the comparative effectiveness of modern prostate cancer treatments. The  task of the group is to find comparable studies and present these studies and outcomes in an easily understandable form to interested parties.  This ongoing study is breaking new ground in a few different ways:

  • It is the first effort to present all of the data in one clear graphical form.
  • It is constantly being updated.
  • It is provided semi-annually, to large network of patients, loved ones, and physicians around the world.

This effort is unprecedented in medical literature.  We believe this work will be used as a standard reference as patients, their families and physicians look to determine appropriate options for prostate cancer therapy.

Contact Information

Mailing Address

  • Prostate Cancer Free Foundation
  • 10016 Edmonds Way Ste C #153
  • Edmonds, WA 98020, USA

email: [email protected]
phone: (206) 453-2987 (USA)

NOTE: The Foundation cannot offer a diagnosis or treatment plan via phone or email. These must be discussed with your personal physician.

Foundation Members

Board Members

  • R. Alex Hsi, M.D.
  • Teresa Swenson
  • Dean Dubinsky

Research Coordinator

  • Lisa Grimm

UNDERSTANDING PROSTATE CANCER

Prostate Cancer

What is Prostate Cancer?

What is Prostate Cancer, the Symptoms, Risk Factors? What does the Prostate do, where is it located?

Prostate Cancer Tests and Diagnostics

Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer?

What tests confirm the presence of prostate cancer? Learn how doctors diagnose prostate cancer.

Prostate Cancer Treatments

Treating Prostate Cancer.

Patients have options when it comes to the prostate cancer treatments. Learn about your options.

Remission versus Survival?

A prostate cancer patient who has undergone treatment and shows no evidence of cancer recurrence, (cancer returning), is in remission. A survivor is alive following treatment and may or may not have their cancer return requiring further treatment. Prostate cancer recurrence is determined by monitoring or testing. If you remain in remission for 10-15 years after prostate cancer treatment, it is very unlikely that the cancer will ever return, complete remission. No more treatment.  


Prostate Cancer Free Study, studies treatment outcomes for 10-15 years to show which men remained in remission.

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Help To Continue the Work!

The Prostate Cancer Free Foundation, reviews the results of hundreds of thousands of men treated for prostate cancer. Tracking them for years. This information is available to you, and others like you, to help find the best prostate cancer treatment. This work takes time, effort, resources all of it done by volunteers. Please help us continue. Please Donate!