The NFL Alumni Association and Cancer Treatment Centers of America Team Up Against Prostate Cancer

TThe NFL Alumni Association and the Cancer Treatment Centers of America have teamed up with LabCorp to educate men about prostate cancer and to encourage them to get screened. One out of seven men, (one out of five African American men) are diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime.

If caught early, prostate cancer can be controlled and eliminated. If cancer spreads, however it can be deadly. Men can receive a discounted price of $25 for screening and it can be done at LabCorps which has medical facilities all over the United States.

The Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a well-known medical facility that specializes in cancer treatment. They not only use the traditional methods of treatment such as surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy, but they use many other natural methods as well. They treat the whole person and cater to family needs as well.

The program for prostate cancer screening is called the “Prostate Pep Talk” and features former NFL coaches Herm Edwards, Dick Vermeil and Bill Cowher who will be encouraging men to get a screening test as soon as possible. They point out that just about everyone knows someone who has had to battle prostate cancer, and many know someone who has lost the battle.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America has full-fledged treatment centers located in Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix, Tulsa, and Philadelphia. Cancer Treatment Centers of America only treats cancer and nothing else. They have found that specializing in cancer only has enhanced the focus on the battle against cancer. They diagnose and treat all kind of cancer and their research facilities are constantly coming up with new treatments against the disease.

Called the integrated approach, their multifaceted treatment uses all possible resources in the fight against cancer. The treatment is accomplished all under one roof so the patients and families don’t have to go to many different places for their treatment.

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