I Know My PSA!
Talk to your doctor, it could save your life!
Do you know your PSA?
Help us in our mission to save men’s lives by making them aware of
Prostate Cancer and the PSA test.
Our goal is to make getting a PSA test for prostate cancer as common as getting a mammogram is for breast cancer.
Prostate cancer is the #2 cause of cancer death among men in the U.S. All men are at risk! When caught early it can be a highly survivable disease. By making men aware of prostate cancer and empowering them to talk with their doctor about getting a PSA test, we can prevent men from dying from this disease.
What You Should Know
What is a PSA test
A PSA test is a simple blood test that men should talk with their doctor about in order to decide what is right for them.
What is prostate cancer
Prostate cancer affects men and is a type of cancer that occurs in the prostate. In the U.S., it is one of the most common cancer diagnoses.
You are in control
As long as you are informed about prostate cancer and how it may be detected, you are more in control of your health.
In The News
April 2021 - Watch this special report from WTRF - 7 News in Wheeling, WV, about Jonathan's new book Unaware and his inspiring story to make other men aware of prostate cancer.
Help Us Raise Awareness Today!
Join us in our fight to prevent deaths from prostate cancer by making men aware of prostate cancer and the life-saving importance of early detection. Together, we can save men’s lives through awareness and education. Help us make a difference.
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