NTxPCC is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3). Donations are tax deductible.

Who We Are

The North Texas Prostate Cancer Coalition is dedicated to promoting prostate cancer awareness and education through community outreach across North Texas. Knowledge is our asset, and our work is making a difference in the quality of life for many.

The North Texas Prostate Cancer Coalition is proud to announce the 2023 UT Southwestern North Texas Prostate Cancer Coalition Symposium to be held on May 20, 2023, 8A-2P

Complimentary coffee and lunch will be provided. The Symposium is free of charge and will bring together prostate cancer patients and their loved ones who are interested in learning more about a prostate cancer diagnosis, the latest treatments, the most promising research, support services, social issues, and more, from experts in these areas.

Our keynote speaker is the nationally recognized Dr. Reggie Tucker-Seely, Vice President of Health Equity at ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer. He will discuss challenges with health equity in prostate cancer, including the fact that one in 8 men will develop prostate cancer and why African American men have a much higher rate of developing the disease than other men.

There will also be a discussion on clinical trials by Dr. Kevin Courtney M.D., PhD, UTSW, followed by a panel discussion for survivors, family members and medical professionals.

The Symposium is a partnership between UT Southwestern Harold   C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center and the North Texas Prostate Cancer Coalition, and it will be held on the UT Southwestern campus in Dallas, Texas.

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Upcoming Events

    Topic: Highlights from annual AUA meeting in Chicago
    Location: Campisis Egyptian Restaurant, 5610 E. Mockingbird, Dallas We will watch a 10-minute video from the annual American Urologic Association meeting. The video highlights the latest information presented on prostate cancer.
    National Cancer Survivors day will be held June 4 at Cancer Support Community on the campus of Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas. Register below
    Click here to register for Survivors Day

  • Every Tuesday (10 am -2pm) - Event Cancelled Until Further Notice
    Let's Talk More info: Informal chat sessions Klabzuba Tower at THR Harris, FW

  • Fort Worth Prostate Cancer Support Group Meeting, Meetings held on 3rd Monday evening of the Month (Mon 6 p.m.), More info: Click here for Zoom call info for May, Jun, Jul. Speaker: TBD

  • Urology Research & Education Foundation sponsors a monthly prostate cancer support group meeting in Dallas. The support group meets the fourth Tuesday of the month at 5:30 pm at Campisis Egyptian Restaurant, 5610 E. Mockingbird Lane. RSVP to attend. Please call or text Angie at 214-695-1830 or email aclark@urologyfoundation.org

  • Medical City Healthcare, ZERO/Us TOO Support Group meets monthly on the third Thursday at 7P. For more information contact Phillip.Foreman@hcahealthcare.com


Here are the top 10 reasons why it’s important to screen for prostate cancer:


  1. Early detection: Screening can help detect prostate cancer early when it is most treatable and has the best chance of being cured.

  2. High incidence: Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men worldwide and the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men in the United States.

  3. High mortality: Prostate cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in men in the United States.

  4. Risk factors: Age, family history, and ethnicity are all risk factors for prostate cancer, making screening important for men who may be at higher risk.

  5. No symptoms in early stages: Prostate cancer often has no symptoms in its early stages, making regular screening an important tool for detecting it early.

  6. No definitive cause: The exact causes of prostate cancer are not well understood, making early detection through screening even more important.

  7. Treatments are available: There are a variety of treatment options available for prostate cancer, but early detection is key for successful treatment.

  8. Avoiding advanced stage: Screening can help detect prostate cancer before it reaches an advanced stage, which can be more difficult to treat.

  9. Quality of life: Early detection and treatment can help improve quality of life for men with prostate cancer.

  10. Peace of mind: Regular screening can provide peace of mind for men who are concerned about their risk for prostate cancer, and can help them take control of their health.

Contact our prostate cancer nonprofit today for more information.

The North Texas Prostate Cancer Coalition (NTPCC) is a non-profit organization that aims to raise awareness of prostate cancer and provide support to those affected by the disease in the North Texas area.


Our prostate cancer nonprofit provides a range of services to support men and their families, including educational resources, support groups, and access to medical experts. The coalition also works to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and regular prostate cancer screening, and advocates for policies that support prostate cancer research and treatment.


In addition to our work supporting men with prostate cancer, our prostate cancer nonprofit also engages in community outreach and education efforts to raise awareness about prostate cancer and promote healthy lifestyles. Our prostate cancer nonprofit works with schools, community organizations, and other groups to provide education and resources on prostate cancer prevention and early detection.


Overall, the North Texas Prostate Cancer Coalition is a valuable resource for men and their families affected by prostate cancer in the North Texas area, and plays an important role in promoting awareness and advocacy around this important health issue.


Questions about our prostate cancer nonprofit? Please feel free to email us at any time at: president@ntxpcacoalition.org. We look forward to hearing from you.

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