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On November 5, Fans for the Cure “broke the ice” by bringing our educational mission to a regular season NHL game for the first time.
Partnering with the New York Islanders in support of their Men’s Health Awareness Night, we spent an evening sharing life-saving information about prostate cancer with 9,400 hockey fans at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
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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