Pints for Prostates Sponsors Free Men’s Health Screening in Centennial, Colo., on Oct. 20
|October 20, 2012|
|10:00 am||to||12:00 pm|
Centennial, Colo. — Pints for Prostates, in cooperation with the Prostate Conditions Education Council, is sponsoring a free screening event on Oct. 20 from 10:00 a.m. to Noon at the PCEC offices in Centennial, Colo.
The screening includes a blood tests for prostate specific antigen, testosterone, cholesterol (fasting recommended), HDL/LDL, glucose and triglycerides. The event is being held at the Prostates Conditions Education Council, 7009 S. Potomac St. (#125) in Centennial.
To register or get more information call Renee Davickas at 303-999-2574.
“Pints for Prostates mission is awareness and the highest form of awareness is for a man to get screened. Screening saved my life and the death rate from prostate cancer is down 40 percent in the U.S. since the PSA test came into regular use,” said Rick Lyke, a beer writer who founded Pints for Prostates after successful prostate cancer surgery in 2008. “We truly appreciate Prostate Conditions Education Council for hosting this event and similar screenings in other locations around the U.S.”
Prostate cancer screenings take just a few minutes and include several other checks that play a factor in overall health awareness and a man’s overall risk for prostate cancer. PCEC maintains a list of free screening sites online at www.prostateconditions.org or you call toll free 866-4PROST8