Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
September 2021   HEALTHCARE

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in the US. Learn more about prostate cancer and the typical tell-tale signs.
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Around 1 in 8 men[1] will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime, making it the most common cancer in men[2]. Although prostate cancer can affect men of all ages and ethnicities, it is particularly prevalent amongst black men and men over 65[3].

Cancer is never nice to talk about. But, it is important to know what to look out for so you can catch prostate cancer early on. It's also helpful to learn how you can help lower your chances of catching the disease. Luckily, there are several effective screening options for prostate cancer, meaning doctors can often treat it before it spreads. In general, the survival rates are high for this type of cancer.

We've put together a helpful flyer that covers the following: 

  • Common prostate cancer symptoms.
  • How you can help prevent prostate cancer.

 Download and share our Prostate Cancer Awareness Month flyer.

 Please reach out to us if you have any questions. We’re at your service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.


[1]  American Cancer Society. Key statistics for prostate cancer. Accessed 25 August 2021.

[2]  Cancer Research UK. Prostate cancer statistics. Accessed 25 August 2021.

[3]  Prostate Cancer UK. Black men and prostate cancer. Accessed 25 August 2021.


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