Why We Mo
November 3, 2017 | Jerry Reid
Awareness is everything
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer affecting men in the U.S. Knowing the facts and taking action early can save lives.
We Mo to spread awareness about prostate cancer.
We Mo to increase the survival rate.
We Mo because those who do not get checked find themselves with a survival rate below 26%.
Prostate cancer is not limited to our borders, so we want the facts and any helpful information to reach men all over the world.
If you are 50 or older, you should be talking to your doctor about getting screened for prostate cancer. It’s as easy as getting a PSA test.
What’s a PSA test?
It’s a routine blood test that measures the amount of Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) concentration in the blood. It is the primary method of testing for prostate cancer. Talk to your doctor about whether testing is right for you.
Whether you’re 12, 78, or even a woman. It’s time to take action. Remind your loved ones to get tested. Get yourself tested.
Don’t wait for a reason; living a healthy life is reason enough.