Men’s Health Network is kicking off Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in September and we’re inviting you to take part in spreading awareness about prostate health.
Prostate cancer remains the leading cancer in American men: about 3 million men are living with prostate cancer with almost 30,000 men dying each year. The American Cancer Society reports that approximately 174,650 men are expected to be diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2019.
Learn more at the Prostate Cancer Awareness Month web site:
MHN and partners will continue awareness efforts during September with health screenings, partnerships, Twitter Chats, and media engagement.
Want to get involved? Here’s how:
Visit the Prostate Cancer Awareness Month web site for free downloads, a social media kit, videos, and more:
Help family, friends, and coworkers celebrate prostate cancer awareness with Blue Ribbon pins on informational cards, prostate cancer awareness wristbands, brochures, posters, pens, and squeezie prostate stress balls.
Better yet, get many of these in the Prostate Cancer Awareness Kit:
To learn more about prostate cancer at:
Search Prostate cancer at:
And distribute these at your workplace or health fairs:
How Will Treating My Early-Stage Prostate Cancer Affect My Quality of Life? – for Patients – from PCORI –
Treatments for Localized Prostate Cancer and Symptom-Related Quality of Life for Clinicians – from PCORI –
Prostate Cancer – Diagnosis, Stages, Treatment:
Facts About Prostate Cancer:
More Facts About Prostate Cancer:
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