Who We Are

Blue Cure Foundation is a 501(c) (3) organization. We fund research examining how lifestyle factors can improve prostate cancer outcomes and decrease incidence, and serves to empower men with critical information to make healthy lifestyle choices to prevent prostate cancer and improve outcomes for those with prostate cancer. We are the blue side of the women’s pink movement for breast cancer, but for prostate cancer!

What We Believe

Research has shown that only 1 in 10 cancers are a result of hereditary or genetic reasons. That means that as much as 90% of all cancers are potentially preventable. 

That’s an incredible number. If 9 out of 10 cancer cases could be eliminated by diet, lifestyle choices, and minimizing your exposure to harmful elements found in common household items, why aren’t we hearing more about it?

Blue Cure wants to change the conversation about cancer and facilitate dialogues that inform men of their risks so that we can start beating cancer before it strikes. Watch our video below to learn more about our mission and beliefs.

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Lifestyle Changes Have Been Found to Affect Cancer Outcomes

Blue Cure wants to beat cancer before it strikes. See how we're working toward this reality.

Education.

Most people don't realize that around 25% of men are diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime, but only 1 in 10 cases are due to genetic defect. Blue Cure knows cancer can be preventable, and we're on a mission to make sure everyone else knows it as well.

Advocacy.

Blue Cure is all about stopping cancer before it starts, and we advocate on behalf of men everywhere for that to happen. We're continually petitioning for awareness and changes in products and lifestyles to decrease the rate of cancer across America and beyond.

Improving Outcomes.

Unfortunately, cancer strikes men all to often. That's why in addition to efforts to preventing cancer, we want to be a resource to men and families living with cancer. Our cancer center map and treatment guides help patients find the best opportunities for a positive outcome.