“Nearly one in seven men(one in five if your African American), will be diagnosed with prostrate cancer in their lifetime.”
The National Football League Alumni Association, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, and LabCorp are teaming together to form an awareness for prostrate cancer campaign. From September 1 – October 15th, men over 40 years of age who meet certain eligibility requirements will be able to qualify for a free Prostrate Specific Antigen(PSA) screening from LabCorp in any of the 1750 locations nationwide. After the initial 2000 free slots are filled, these eligible men can still get their screening for the discount rate of $25.00. However, screenings must be done within six months from initial sign-up date.
An estimated 161,360 new cases of Prostrate cancer are expected to be diagnosed in 2017. (That’s an average of 13,447 new cases per month)! Family history and race (African American) are the most common risk factors. If your PSA factor is out of normal range, it isn’t necessarily a diagnosis of cancer, it could just be alerting of certain risk factors which you should discussed with your doctor.
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America offer a unique approach to treating cancer, which is just as unique as each person is. The staff at The Cancer Treatment Centers of America are professional and specific in treating CANCER, making a commitment of their time and talent to the treatment of cancer at all stages.
There are five Cancer Treatment Centers of America hospitals in the United States. Located in Philadelphia,Pennsylvania; Tulsa, Oklahoma; near Atlanta, Georgia; Chicago, Illinois and Phoenix, Arizona. Each center delivering a personalized, “whole-person” care with the state-of-the-art technology and best treatments to each patient that comes through our doors.
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America staff of professional experts believe they are treating more than just a disease, they are treating people and families that have been affected by this disease.
To Learn More : http://www.myctca.com