Mike Rowe Gets an Exam for Prostate Cancer on Camera

Prostate Cancer is one of those things that affects 1 in 9 men over the course of a lifetime. All men are supposed to have an exam after the age of 40 and yet most do not. There is a certain level of stigma that is associated with having the exam. That is ridiculousness that has been propagated by an uninformed public and needs to be changed. Mike Rowe, has agreed to have this rather intimate procedure filmed to ensure that men see how easy it is. As the host…

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The National Football League Alumni, Cancer Treatment Centers of America®, LabCorp® and Health Testing Centers Team Up to Offer Prostate Cancer Screenings in September

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men. To raise awareness of the disease and the benefits of early screening, the NFL Alumni (NFLA), Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), LabCorp® and Health Testing Centers are collaborating for the second year as part of the Prostate Pep Talk campaign to educate men and their loved ones, and to increase access to screenings. Beginning in September (Prostate Cancer Awareness Month), the Prostate Pep Talk messaging will encourage men to get screened for prostate cancer. Information can be found on the campaign’s…

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Mike Haynes Brings Prostate Cancer Awareness to Super Bowl LII

Mike Haynes was known for impressive stats during his illustrious 14-year, Hall of Fame career in the NFL. His nine Pro Bowls, 46 interceptions and two career touchdowns led many to consider him the greatest cornerback ever. But in 2008, came the most important stat of all for Mike – elevated levels of Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) in a blood test that led doctors to discover he had prostate cancer. As an initiative to encourage all men to know their prostate cancer risk and to talk to their doctor about…

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Bearding Up To Do Good For Prostate Cancer Patients

This November, men around the US are putting down their razors to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer. Through the grassroots campaign led by ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer, average Joe’s, police officers, and businessmen alike are bearding up for their fellow men. ZERO will officially kick off the fourth annual Grow & Give campaign on November 1. Grow & Give challenges men to avoid shaving for 30 days and fundraise to help fight prostate cancer. Proceeds from the campaign benefit the ZERO360: Comprehensive Patient Support program,…

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