Prostate cancer is not just an old man's disease. African American Men should be screening at age 40. If they have a strong family history of prostate cancer, they may need to be screened even younger. Educate yourself and know where you stand.
Have you been diagnosed with prostate cancer and you need someone to talk to? Or do you just have questions about prostate cancer? The Prostate Cancer Research Institute is an excellent resource to answer all your questions. Call 1 (800) 641-7274 or visit their website at pcri.org
Get Involved, Get The Facts, Get Support! The Zero Prostate Cancer Organization has a wealth of knowledge, support and events that will help you learn more about how you and your family can deal with prostate cancer. Visit their website at
Get the support you need from men who know and understand what you are going through.The Men's Cancer Network provides educational support as well as support for men and their families. They provide information on prevention, awareness, enlightenment sessions, workshops and activities for men 35 and older. Visit their website at: www.themenscancernetwork.com