It’s Time to Honor Prostate Cancer Victims
More than 33,000 men die every year from prostate cancer and more than 1.4 million men have died from this disease since the War on Cancer was declared in 1971. That’s more men than have died in every conflict the United States has fought in since the Revolutionary War, combined.
The annual PCAP Prostate Cancer Pony Express is both a prostate cancer awareness event and a memorial to prostate cancer victims and survivors.
The 2012 PCAP Prostate Cancer Pony Express Memorial Journal
The 2012 Prostate Cancer Pony Express will carry a Memorial Journal with the names of prostate cancer victims and survivors that will be presented to Congress on September 9, 2012, at a memorial Service at the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, DC.
How to Add a Name to the Memorial Journal
Just click on the following link and send us the name, state, and date of diagnosis or date or passing and we will enter the names into our official Memorial Journal. Prostate Cancer Awareness Project Memorial Journal.