Survivor Stories

Ron Rainey was originally diagnosed with prostate cancer in the summer of 2007 at the age of 38.

“I’m thankful I didn’t face cancer alone.”

Ron Rainey was originally diagnosed with prostate cancer in the summer of 2007 at the age of 38.

What we do

Educational Resources

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Free Screenings

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Support Groups

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Join the fight to save lives.

1 in 9 Men Will Be Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in his lifetime.

The Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation’s mission is to educate, encourage and engage with men to make the best possible healthcare decisions.  The Foundation implements this mission by sponsoring awareness campaigns, conducting public education, survivor support groups, and screening programs throughout the state.

The Foundation’s Prostate Health Resource Center in Little Rock serves as an ongoing source of information for prostate cancer survivors and healthcare professionals. Our on-staff Patient Navigator provides decisional and resource support to any man with a suspicious finding from a prostate screening.

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Upcoming Events

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April Virtual Peer Network Support Group

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Latest News

January 14, 2021

Dr. Jason Lofton: COVID showing value of partnerships

We don’t measure event success by the numbers. Instead, we measure succes…

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January 25, 2021

Video: APCF’s Prostate Cancer Early Detection Guidelines and Disparities webinar

The Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation hosted this one-hour program to upd…

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