Catch Cancer Early

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48% of men have put off seeing a doctor for non-COVID-19 related health issues over the last few months (according to the MENtion It educational campaign and survey by Cleveland Clinic). However, the American Cancer Society says regular cancer screening is still important.

Prostate Cancer

•    An American man dies every 19 minutes from prostate cancer.  

•    1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.  

•    An estimated 220,800 American men were diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2015.

Learn more about the risk factors, symptoms, and treatment of prostate cancer here and here.

Testicular cancer

When caught early, testicular cancer is highly treatable.

•    Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men ages 15-34.  

•    About 8,720 new cases are diagnosed each year.  

•    This year, about 380 men will die of testicular cancer.

Learn more about testicular cancer here.


What MO are you doing?

•    Make an appointment with your doctor.

•    Learn how to self-test for testicular cancer here.

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