September 19-25, 2011
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9/20-22/11 - Summit to End Prostate Cancer - Washington, DC



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Our campaign aims to be blunt about some of our positions. We believe that if a doctor is not following the American Urological Association recommendations about the PSA test, then he or she might be just going through the motions like a puppet. There is controversy in the healthcare industry about the PSA test (search Newsweek.com for "Prostate Cancer's Difficult Choices" to learn more). Our view for you and other men? The controversy should have nothing to do with what you must do for your own best health: Get tested!


Did you know that a man is 33% more likely to get prostate cancer
than a woman is to get breast cancer? It's true.
A husband, father, son, brother, grandfather, friend dies
every 17 minutes of every day from Prostate Cancer

Are you a male 40-75
or over 35 and African American
or your father or brother had Prostate Cancer?
Get tested! PSA 
and DRE*

Someone you know may be affected.
One in every six men will get prostate cancer.

35% will be under the age of 65.
There will be over 2.8 million cases of prostate disease reported in 2011.
For over 217,730 men, it will be prostate cancer.
Over 32,050 will die because
they didn't get an examination or didn't act soon enough.
Don't let it be said, "He was too afraid or embarrassed to get tested."
We cannot rest until we win the battle against Prostate Cancer.

Take the Risk Factor Test
Four Important Things to Remember before Getting Tested

1. Be sure that you're rested.
2. No sexual activity for 72 hours before the test.
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.
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* If you get a reading between zero and 1, get tested again in five year.
If the reading is between 1 and 2, get tested again in two years.
If the reading is between 2-4, get tested every year.
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:

Click here to Get Your Free Annual Checkup Reminder

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