Did you know that a man is 33% more
likely to get prostate cancer
than a woman is to get breast cancer? It's
A husband, father, son, brother, grandfather,
every 19 minutes of every day from Prostate
Are you a male 40-75
or over 35 and African American
or your father or brother had Prostate Cancer?
tested! PSA and
Someone you know may be affected.
One in every six men will get prostate
35% will be under the age of 65.
There will be over 2.8 million cases of prostate
disease reported in 20159.
For over 220,800 men, it will be prostate
Over 27,540 will die because
they didn't get an examination or didn't act soon
Don't let it be said, "He was too afraid or
embarrassed to get tested."
We cannot rest until we win the battle against
the Risk Factor Test
Four Important Things to
Remember before Getting
1. Be sure that you're rested.
2. No sexual activity for 72 hours before the
3. Got a cold? Put it on hold.
4. Either have your PSA test before the DRE or
delay taking a
PSA test for 48 hours AFTER you
have had your DRE test.
* If you get a
reading between zero and 1, get tested again in
If the reading is between 1 and 2, get tested again
in two years.
If the reading is between 2-4, get tested every
If the reading is over 4, consider additional tests
like PSA free,
AMAS, ultrasound, x-rays, and more blood t
ests, then, maybe a biopsy. And, take this health
opportunity to learn every thing you can about
prostate cancer! Call the PCA Coalition
hotline with questions about prostate cancer:
Drive Against Prostate Cancer Travel
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you recently been diagnosed with Prostate
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Early Stage Prostate Cancer
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June - Do it for
dad. Join families across the
country for Do It For Dad, a national
campaign during June to create
awareness and end prostate cancer.
Invite family and friends to join you
for a walk or run in your local
community. Host a kids dash, parade,
around the block, go on a mile hike,
hit a park for a 5K, it's all up to you
to determine when, where, and how far.
Make a difference today, go online to
order your matching Do It For Dad
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Not only the Federal Government, but many
corporations have reduced their charitable contributions in
recent years. This means reduced services and in many cases,
the elimination of services. Many men's services, like this
one, are run out of our homes. We foot the bill because of
our commitment to men, communities, families, relationships,
etc. To keep going, and in many cases just to survive,
volunteers are needed. You can make a difference. If you
have a few minutes, hours, days, one-time or over a longer
period of time, there is a place that can use
We are proud to be part of
VolunteerMatch, a national non-profit system that has
listings for volunteers all over the country. You pick what
suits you best. (They don't have a category for "men" yet,
and we're working on them.) Below, you can search for
opportunities that you can do from home, like the
opportunities we have. And they also list opportunities
within a mile of your zip code, 6 miles, 20 miles, etc. What
have you done lately? Make a difference. It's
never to late to start!
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