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Our mission is to eliminate deaths due to prostate cancer in Georgia.
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Check the calendar at right for a screening activity near you. If you don't see one, send us a message by going to the "Contact" option on the menu bar and sending your request.

Middle Georgia members Charles Krauss (left) and
Harry Taylor staff a table at a Health Fair in Macon GA


Attend a FREE Men's Health Seminar:
Presented by: Brent Sharpe, M.D.
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Registration: 6:00 p.m.; Seminar: 6:30 p.m.
Buford Community Center - Ballroom B
2200 Buford Highway, Buford, GA 30518
Partners and guests welcome.  Refreshments will be served.
Space is limited, call to register today.
Click Here for more information.

Why do African-American men have higher rates of prostate cancer than other races? You can help Clark Atlanta University's research center solve this riddle by participating in a confidential survey.
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Atlanta Braves recognize Prostate Cancer Survivors 6/21/15. John Whetstone and Bill Beaudin were interviewed.
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John Whetstone updates CBS 46 (Atlanta) viewers on GPCC's activities.
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GPCC works with Georgia High School Association to establish first "Blue Week" observance that culminates in "Know Your Score Night" at weekend high school football games around the state. Read articles about activity in Macon.
Article 1   |   Article 2

Three GPCC members profiled in Best Self Atlanta article "Know the Facts"
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GPCC Board Member Robert Carey provides in-depth radio interview on prostate cancer awareness and his own experience.
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GPCC establishes a presence in Macon and is growing there as featured in this WMAZ interview.
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Get Ahead of Prostate Cancer
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5 Things Young Men Should Know about Prostate Cancer
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Georgia Prostate Cancer Coalition Disputes Task Force's PSA Advice

There have been diagnostic and philosophical advancements made in prostate cancer awareness. Click here for more information.

U.S. Prostate Cancer data per capita (From: American Cancer Society - "Cancer Facts and Figures")

  U.S. Ranking
  2012 2013 2014    
Estimated new cases GA 19th 8th 7th   19th to 7th highest state per capita
Estimated deaths GA 4th 4th 5th   4th to 5th highest state per capita

GPCC attributes the rise in new cases to increased testing by men. Early prostate cancer has no warnings and regular testing, in consultation with their doctors, is the approach recommended for men.

The modest improvement in Georgia mortality rates reflects more men diagnosed at earlier stages. Early detection offers an opportunity to determine if treatment is appropriate and if so, which option(s) might work best to deliver a cure and to maintain quality of life.


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