Cancer Treatment Centers of America Organizes Prostate Pep Talk Campaign to Create Awareness About Prostate Cancer

 

One of the biggest problems with people these days is that they neglect health. It is a well-known fact that people should go for regular health screenings, but most of the people delay these medical obligations due to hectic lifestyles or for a variety of trivial reasons. Cancer of many different types is occurring these days, and thankfully, many of these cancers are curable when detected in early stages. To detect cancers in early stages, many health and cancer screening are required. In men, prostate cancer has become highly familiar, and it is expected that in few years, one out of seven people would be infected with prostate cancer.

To create awareness about the importance of cancer screening for prostate cancer, Cancer Treatment Centers of America has partnered with LabCorp and National Football League Alumni Association to provide free screenings to 2,000 eligible candidates. It would help in making people understand why cancer and health screenings are important. It can potentially save lives and help people save themselves from the trauma and treatment they have to go through when the disease is spread and in advanced stages. LabCorp has 1,750 centers across the US where it would be providing free screenings to the eligible candidates.

It is a part of the Prostate Pep Talk campaign to create awareness about the prostate cancer and the benefits of going for screening. Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a trusted name in the United States when it comes to cancer therapies and has a network of five cancer treatment specialty hospitals. It has a team of some of the most renowned oncologists in the country and has some of the most advanced medical equipment and tools to provide latest cancer therapies to the patients. The new campaign started by CTCA would also hold events in Tulsa, Phoenix, Chicago, and Atlanta.

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