• Find out as much as you can about your treatment options. Talk with others who care.


For information and documentation materials from Us TOO for newly diagnosed or are dealing with recurrent metastatic or advanced disease in our local area contact  Dave Evans, Phone 309-592-3191, or email him at ustoogqc@gmail.com   Come to the monthly meeting where we share information about this disease with you and our experiences.  Check the Events and Speakers page for additional information about the meetings.  Here we hope you will leave your Name, Address, Phone Number and Email Address so that we can keep you informed of future meetings to learn more on how to deal with prostate cancer.


We Are Here For You!

Our support group includes cancer survivors (warriors), their families, and friends.

Our Mission

Crossword MissionSupport those in need. Receiving the news that you or a loved one has prostate cancer is traumatizing.  Life is suddenly out of control and fear takes hold.  Often, feelings of helplessness, guilt, isolation and anger emerge.

No one needs to face prostate cancer alone.  Our local chapter, Greater Quad Cities Us Too Prostate Cancer Support Group, provides the forum for sharing, caring and learning through its many programs and services designed for both men with cancer and their loved ones.

Community Involvement – FREE PROSTATE CANCER SCREENING – Sep 16 through Oct 31, 2019

Urological Associates in Davenport and Heartland Urological Group in Moline will do free blood draws.  Appointments must be made as detailed on the coupon.  The blood draw sites will notify men of the results.  Coupons for free prostate cancer screening – a simple blood draw – are available at the following Quad City locations:

Rudy’s Taco

American Bank and Trust

First Midwest Bank and Trust

Blackhawk Bank and Trust

TBK Bank

Quad City Bank and Trust

Martin Luther King, Jr. Center

Quad City Marathon Packet Pickup, September 21 only, at the Us Too table

Heartland Urological Group will do blood draws at the Marathon Packet Pickup from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on September 21.

 Men with a family history of cancer and African men should be checked American men at age 40 to establish a base line then once a year.  Their PSA readings should stay constant.  Once a rise in PSA readings occurs, check again in 3 to 6 months to see if is going up and if so discuss this with your urologist .  Men over the age of fifty should get a base PSA figure if they have not gotten one yet.  Pick up a coupon and get a free PSA reading sent to your home.

 See the information about this program and why it is  being done from KWQC’s news interview with Paula Sands (Note: a small advertisement will proceed the program)   http://www.kwqc.com/video?vid=423198833

The One Mile/Walk on September 21, 2019 in Moline.

Shirt given to the participant

Metal given to those that complete the Run/Walk

   US Too table at the Marathon Active Endeavors Health & Fitness Expo & Packet Pick-Up

This year (2019) Rudy’s One Mile Run/Walk for Prostate Cancer race

is Saturday September 21st starts at 10 am.

Proceeds from these events stay in the community and are used to provide educational materials to men and their families.

  1. Rudy’s One Mile Run/Walk for Prostate Cancer is part of the Quad Cities Marathon weekend activities in September.  The Quias Family & Rudy’s Taco are sponsors of this event.   All run/walk participants will receive a shirt and a specially designed Rudy’s Mile For Prostate Cancer metal at the finish of the race. and of course Taco’s from Rudy’s and craft beer for the adults.  Metal showed in the above picture. The top three finishing runners male and female and also master runners will receive recognition for the run.  This year the Run/Walk will start at 10:00 am and will also feature kids from the YMCA running their last mile to compete their accumulated miles to the marathon distance. To register for the walk click “Register” at the top of the page at this link.
  2. Scroll down to the ” 1 Mile Walk for Prostate Cancer Registration” and click on that link and follow the “Get Me Registered” instructions.  Note: Price goes up $5 July 4th and again on September 11th.  Also those that are running Sunday can do a Rudy’s Combination by including original transaction number with the registration can do the race for $20 until September 21st.
  3. Another way to contribute to the National US TOO is through the Quad Cities Marathon Charity Bib Program.  Go to the following Charity Bib /QuadCitiesMarathon2019 web page and click on the “US TOO PROSTATE CANCER” box and make a contribution.  Thanks..
  4. Also there is a Mayors challenge that if they get more people to support the walk from their city, they will recieve a very nice large trophy they can have for a year and we will offer them a free PSA screening to their employees or citizens.
  5. WALKERS NEED TO REGISTER EARLY IN AUGUST AND NO LATER THEN SEPT. 11 TO GET IN FOR THE $25 FEE. THE FEE GOES UP TO $30 AFTER THAT DAY.On Thursday, the 3d of Sep, 2016 Dr. John Stoffel and Donna Evans were on Marcia Lense Midday Medical Report to showcase prostate cancer awareness, and encourage folks to sign up for the 1 Mile Walk.  The link will take you to the brief piece that aired. 

See photos of our involvement in the community on our Photo Gallery tab.

Learn More About Prostate Cancer Treatment Options


  1.  Find timely information about treatment options on our Newly Diagnosed, Resources, and Us Too News tabs.
  2. Discuss treatment options directly with one of our members. See a call list on our Support Group Counselors/Contact Us tab.
  3. Attend our monthly meetings. See our Calendar of Events.
  4. All meetings are from 7 to 9 p.m. with speakers during the first hour. The second hour includes an informal discussion where newly diagnosed members may talk with other men and their families concerning their results and outcome of treatment.
  5. Every other month we offer a breakout discussion group for women. See more details about our Women to Women group on our Support Group Counselors/Contact Us tab.
Board and Ed Kaps Winners

Quad Cities Us TOO Committee members, Dave and Donna Evans from Coal Valley, Illinois, seated in the front row third and second from right, were recognized among recipients of the Board and Ed Kaps Award in 2012 for outstanding volunteer work.

Our affiliated organizations:

PSA screenings are paid for with funds from Rudy’s Foundation, Quad Cities Marathon, John Deere Classic Birdies for Charity Golf Tournament and donations we receive from various individuals.


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Rudy’s has offered free PSA screenings for over 20 years.

Our sponsoring organizations:

Chiropractic Services

Beckwith Chiropractic-Neurology

3440 38th Avenue, Suite 1
Moline, Illinois 61265
Phone: 309.764.4004
Fax: 309.764.4804 
Urological Leakage 

Dr. Beth Shelly

Board certified in  women’s health and pelvic muscle dysfunction biofeedback.
1634 Avenue of the  Cities, Moline, IL 61265
563-940-2481 (work cell)
866-761-7464 (work fax)
Nerve Sparing Robotic Surgery

Urological Associates PC

3319 Spring Street
Davenport, Iowa 52807
Phone: 563.359.1641
Toll Free: 800.456.0407
Fax: 563.359.9492 
Radiation Therapy

Radiation Therapy Center of the Quad Cities

1351 E. Kimberly Rd., Suite 200
Bettendorf, Iowa 52722
Phone: 563.441.1998
Prostate MRI

Metro MRI Center

615 Valley View Dr.
Moline, IL 61265
Phone: 309.762.7227
Urological Physicans

Urological Associates PC

3319 Spring Street
Davenport, Iowa 52807
Phone: 563.359.1641
Toll Free: 800.456.0407
Fax: 563.359.9492 

Dwyer and Michaels One Club Golf Tournament Sponsors

Click to view photos of golf tournament:  Last Year’s Photos

Precision Dental Lab
415 E. George Washington Blvd.
Davenport, Iowa 52803
Phone: 563.322.5559 
The sponsor list is for informational purposes only. You are encouraged to find out more information from their contact links but these links do not represent an endorsement by either the Greater Quad Cities Us TOO Prostate Cancer Support Group or Us TOO International.