I am an Accidental prostate cancer survivor, Class of 2003. I created the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project and our new ProstateTracker took because I was fortunate enough to be diagnosed just before my prostate cancer metastasized into my body.
But many men aren’t as fortunate. 30,000 men die from prostate cancer every year in the United States. Most of them don’t need to die from prostate cancer. They just need to know they have it while it still is treatable.
In 2010 I rode across the US and back over a period of 48 days raising awareness for prostate cancer. I’m still on that awareness journey and we’re picking up speed.
The PCAP’s mission is to ensure that men are aware of the prostate cancer risk and that no man is presented with a surprise metatastatic prostate cancer diagnosis. In June of 2012 we codified our mission into the PCAP Prostate Cancer Manifesto: “Every man has the right to know that he has prostate cancer while it still is treatable.”
In July 2012, we made ProstateTracker, a free prostate cancer early detection system, available through the Internet to men everywhere.
I hope you will take a minute to explore our programs and be part of our exciting journey to prevent prostate cancer.
30,000 men die every year in America from prostate cancer. But they don’t need to. They just need to know they have prostate cancer early, while it is most treatable.
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Thank you for supporting this critical mission.
Prostate Cancer Survivor, Class of 2003
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