My grandfather - Ronald Walker - was an Army veteran, a salty Cape Cod carpenter, and dad to six loving kids. He fought prostate cancer for more than a decade and battled the debilitating side effects that came with the treatments before today's breakthroughs in robotic sugery and imaging.
If you live in southeastern Massachusetts in a house built in the 60s, there's a fair chance he helped build it.
We've all had family members we've lost to cancer. But there is hope because of the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk. ZERO is fighting to advanced research and provide real, tangible one-on-one support for patients and their families. More than 85 cents on the dollar goes right to programs!
Join us at the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk in Boston as part of Ronald Walker's. Join us to End Prostate Cancer one step at a time on Sunday, Sept. 9.
Can't make the walk? You can still support the team with a donation and tell others about your support.