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.
Thursday, June 9
Demystifying External Beam Radiation
as Treatment for Prostate Cancer
by Kevin Bylund M.D. (Bio.Here)
Meeting details Here
The June 9 meeting is free and open to the public. It takes place at Wilmot Cancer Institute, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester NY 14620. Check-in opens at 6:30pm. FREE parking passes will be provided to the first 30 persons who arrive by 6:45pm.
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 even before. However, every man must be diligent when researching treatment options in order to make an informed decision about what's best for him.
S.E.A. BLUE RIBBON WALK 2016
Saturday, August 20
Register March 1 to 31 & Save $13
STARTING MARCH 1st
Early Bird tickets: $12
Blue Ribbon tickets: $20
Day of walk: $25
Us TOO National Newsletters...HERE
Our chapter video below:
"Be Ok (Acoustic)" by Ingrid Michaelson
courtesy of Cabin 24 Records
copyright 2008 (ASCAP)