Prostate cancer awareness and education


Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer diagnosed among men who live in the United States. The American Cancer Society estimates that there will be 164,690 men diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2018.

While highly-treatable, with a relative cure rate that approaches 100%, prostate cancer will cause nearly 29,430 deaths in 2018, an increase of 11% from 2017.

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Steve Garvey and Ed Randall at Dodger Stadium, making the pitch for early detection.

Making the Pitch for Early Detection

During Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, our Chairman, Steve Garvey, and Ed Randall, brought our educational work to Dodger Stadium. Steve and Ed partnered with the Los Angeles Dodgers to highlight prostate cancer awareness on September 17, as the Dodgers took on the Rockies.

In their efforts, Steve and Ed emphasized the life-saving importance of PSA screenings and the early detection of prostate cancer.

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We’re Working Every Day to Raise Awareness About Prostate Cancer

At Fans for the Cure we are committed to the reversing national trends by increasing the number of men who undergo PSA screenings for prostate cancer and reducing the growing number of men who are being diagnosed with later-stage variants of the disease. Working closely with our Medical Advisory Board, we also seek to serve as an information repository for men and their families in leading them to the most effective and least invasive treatment options.