April 8 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Golfing to Save Lives April 8, 2019 Georgia Prostate Cancer Coalition 10th Annual Golf Tournament At Woodmont Golf and Country Club 3105 Gaddis Road Canton, Georgia 30116-6427 To Register, click here. For more information, contact Moses Hardie, Jr. via email email@example.com or call 847 971-3133.
I served our country for 25 years in the United States Army as a Criminal Investigator. I retired as a Major, and I continue to serve our community by encouraging men to get checked for prostate cancer. Community service was a natural and welcome transition for me. I served six tours overseas fighting for [...]
A recent study by Northwestern University disclosed a rise in advanced prostate cancer. The study involved 800,000 men and revealed a 72% jump over the last decade for men 55-69 turning up with advanced prostate cancer. Click here for more details. We know that this type of cancer is problematic due to fewer treatment options [...]
The world in general and Georgia Prostate Cancer Coalition in particular lost a great champion with the passing of Ken Stevens, one of GPCC’s co-founders. Born in Wyoming and raised in Colorado, Ken attended the University of Colorado on an athletic scholarship. He planned to be a running back on the football team and he [...]
Sunday, June 16, 2019 was the Atlanta Braves / Major League Baseball annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Day. Over 50 Prostate Cancer survivors came showed their support to effort to raise the attention to importance of every man over 40 years old need to be checked annually. GPCC was there to help this education process for the [...]
On the heels of Father's Day, show your support for raising the awareness of Prostate Cancer by purchasing this men’s neck tie for $15.00 (plus $5.00 shipping.) Let the man in your life show his support by wearing this tie. All proceeds go towards our awareness activities and funding free screenings for Georgia men who [...]
GPCC was well represented at Saturday's Zero Prostate Cancer Run/Walk DASH4DAD in Sandy Springs. Rich Lapin and myself distributed information on GPCC and spoke to both several men and women on the the importance of getting checked annually. More pictures to follow.
The Georgia Prostate Cancer Coalition's 2016 Annual Golf event drew over 100 golfers. All the monies raised will be used to help fund free prostate cancer screening for the unemployed and uninsured men of Georgia. Georgia Prostate Cancer Coalition would like to thank all the players and sponsors...because of you, we are saving lives from prostate [...]
A guest post by urologist Dr. Brent Sharpe of Northeast Georgia Urological Associates. After cancer treatment is complete, every individual expects life to return to normal. This is no different for prostate cancer survivors. There can be some side effects of prostate cancer treatment that directly affect both patient and partner. Fortunately, there are treatment [...]