JOIN 'Us TOO' at Rochester's Inaugural"SEA-Blue Ribbon Walk" in Genesee Valley Park
& 'Pups for Prostates' [Walk w/ man's best friend!]
Presented by a networking group for those affected by prostate cancerin Rochester & the Finger Lakes region of WNYWE'RE NOT YOUR TYPICAL SUPPORT GROUP!
We're Your PATIENTS. Your FAMILY. Your FRIENDS.
The DASHBOARD STUDY
NOW ENROLLING IN ROCHESTER!
If you have ever been diagnosed with prostate cancer including active surveillance or watchful waiting, you may qualify to take part in a local research study no matter where you receive care or treatment. It's non-invasive and your input may help change how men learn about treatment options. For more information, call (585) 275-5973 or click HERE.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
A diagnosis of prostate cancer can be overwhelming for sure. The good news is there are more treatment options available today than there were even 5 years ago. However, every man must be diligent when researching treatment options in order to make an informed decision about what's best for him.
National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
A local fundraising campaign!
September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, a time when communities across the country show support for those affected by the disease and bring attention to the need for early detection, informed decisions regarding available treatment options and continued research for prevention and a cure. In Rochester, survivors of prostate cancer with local collaborations have organized a month-long series of activities. We hope you will support all of them. - Regards, Patrick, Chapter Leader/Us TOO Rochester
SEP 12 [Details here: ]
CAR SHOW FOR PROSTATE CANCER
OCT 10 & 11, 2015 [Details HERE]
PROSTATE CANCER RETREAT
SEA BLUE RIBBON WALK 2015
SUNDAY SEPT. 20
Do it for the men in YOUR life!
Sponsor Oppportunities [HERE]
Start/Join a Team [HERE]
Register Online [HERE]
NEWS & MEDIA
Us TOO National Newsletters...HERE
Our chapter video below:
"Be Ok (Acoustic)" by Ingrid Michaelson
courtesy of Cabin 24 Records
copyright 2008 (ASCAP)