Md. Doctor, Founder Of Prostate Cancer Run Diagnosed With Same DiseaseFor more than a decade, WJZ has brought viewers stories about a doctor from Owings Mills who has raised phenomenal amounts of money through runs to search for a cure for prostate cancer. 
Cancer-Related Deaths In The U.S. Dropping, Report SaysA new medial report out this week revealed that the country's overall cancer death rate has fallen.
Thousands Participate In 11th Annual Zero Prostate Cancer Run/WalkIt's the largest cancer detected in men. Every year, more than 20,000 men die from Prostate Cancer.
Sunday, September 24, 201711th Annual ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk.
11th Annual ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk Kicks Off SundayThe Zero Prostate Cancer Run and Walk at Towson University is Sunday, and WJZ is proud to sponsor the event, a part of our Continuing Community Commitment.
Experts to Discuss Prostate Cancer Advances at Boston SummitCutting-edge techniques for the diagnosis of prostate cancer will be the focus of what's being called a global summit this weekend in Boston.
Thousands Hit The Pavement For 8th Annual Zero Prostate Cancer ChallengeA new case of prostate cancer is diagnosed every two and a half minutes. Now Chesapeake Urology is fighting back.
Saturday, September 13, 2014Today is a huge day for the ongoing Star Spangled Spectacular celebration. Also, we have more information on today's Prostate Cancer run.
Stage 4 Prostate Cancer Among 25 Conditions Now Covered By Social SecurityA life-saving decision made by the Social Security Administration was announced Monday in Baltimore.
Thousands Run To Raise Awareness In ZERO Prostate Cancer ChallengeProstate cancer takes the lives of more than 30,000 men every year. But thousands laced up their shoes Sunday to raise money for awareness in the fight against the disease.
Big Crowds Expected At The 7th Annual ZERO Prostate Cancer ChallengeIt started right here in Baltimore, and it’s become a nationwide event. On Sunday, hundreds will gather in Towson for the ZERO Prostate Cancer Challenge.