29,000 Men - A Prostate Cancer Awareness Project Blog

The link at the bottom of this post will take you to a recent television interview on prostate cancer by Richard Peterson, PCAP Prostate Cancer Pony Express Rider #7, and prostate cancer survivor.

Dick tells his story about how he was diagnosed with prostate cancer at 49, but only because his wife convinced him to have an annual PSA test. Had Dick had his PSA test when he turned 40, he would have detected his cancer eight years earlier, giving him more treatment options.

As you listen to the interview you will hear two stories

  • Dick’s story, which should convince you to begin having an annual PSA test
  • the TV commentator once again telling viewers why testing really isn’t that important unless there is a history of prostate cancer in the family

Some facts we need to know

  • There are over 240,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year…

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